It was debated whether or not these 2 bucks were the same. I thought that the chance of there being 2 bucks so unique but so similar within a few miles of each other would be very slim if any chance but I was wrong! There was 2 unique non typical bucks that were very similar and very close. My friends son was hunting last week when this guy stepped out just for a brief second. He said if he hadn't been looking right there at that moment the deer would have never been seen. He new which buck it was instantly and hit him with the 300 mag. He said when he saw which buck it was he never looked at the rack again. Unfortunately the buck broke most of his left side off and the tallest tine on the right as well as a couple smaller points. I'm guessing he broke off prob 30+ inches. Still an awesome unique trophy and a big congrats to the young hunter!


This is the 22pt killed by the other fella in Davidson county. Unfortunately this is the only kill pic as he won't let any others out fir some reason?
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This is the buck my friend got the trail cam pics of that we thought was the buck above Until last week when his son killed it.
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Here's the kill

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