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Cull axis

Description: Took this axis tonight with my bfr 460 at 50 yards. Strong quartering away angle.
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Randy M
old hand

Registered: July 2011
Location: New Braunfels, TX
Posts: 779
Sat September 1, 2018 01:48 Rating: 10.00 

That's outstanding Mark. At your place?

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cherokeetracker
addict

Registered: November 2015
Posts: 567
Sat September 1, 2018 03:20 Rating: 10.00 

Awesome. Good shooting and as usual, that 460 performed well.
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tradmark
Gun Slinger

Registered: June 2010
Posts: 2,843
Sat September 1, 2018 03:31

Thanks guys, yessir it was at my place. Not far from yours
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pab1
Distinguished Expert

Registered: January 2004
Location: SW Montana
Posts: 4,461
Sat September 1, 2018 08:23 Rating: 10.00 

Very nice! Congrats!

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Franchise
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Registered: December 2008
Location: Castalia, NC
Posts: 4,067
Sat September 1, 2018 17:05 Rating: 10.00 

That was a good one to take out of the herd
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KRal
Shootist

Registered: April 2005
Location: MS
Posts: 6,371
Sat September 1, 2018 17:48 Rating: 10.00 

Congrats! He's a beauty!

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racksmasher1
veteran

Registered: May 2013
Location: New York
Posts: 1,431
Sun September 2, 2018 10:17

He is a Dandy, what was his body weight?
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tradmark
Gun Slinger

Registered: June 2010
Posts: 2,843
Sun September 2, 2018 11:47

I would guess around 200 or so. Maybe a touch more. Not near the size of the stubby horned old one i shot last year. That one was just over 200 after being gutted. The axis can vary alot. When i dropped this one off in the cooler at the processor, there was a much larger horned one that was about 75% the body size of this one.
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cmnash
old hand

Registered: July 2010
Location: Clarkesville, GA
Posts: 974
Mon September 3, 2018 05:45 Rating: 10.00 

Cool looking animal! Tell me about the dark coloration of his antlers.
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tradmark
Gun Slinger

Registered: June 2010
Posts: 2,843
Mon September 3, 2018 18:46

I will checking with a biologist about it. It was weird. It was as if there was some injury or damage that at a certain point didnt allow full mineralization of the horn when the velvet was rubbed off. If was more like wood than a bony antler. The processor/taxidermist i take my animals to said he has seen that a fair bit but isnt sure how or why so to the biologists it is.
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