The mount features 8-point antlers that achieve a Boone & Crockett Score of 109 7/8", and a decent skull cap mounted on driftwood, earning our Vintage™ overall quality rating. So there you have it, the arbitrary labels on the Boone & Crockett scoring sheet have led to the now popular reference of antler tines as G’s. “A-H” are letters designated for each measurement category. FIELD JUDGING COUES’ WHITETAIL. It seems like this is a flaw in the set up of the online scoring tool. Did the letters come from a persons name or stand for something besides what is shown above? There are not clear directions for the data entry into the forms. If you could email me that would be great! Typical means the antlers have antler points in the typical locations where points are found and … I never thought of asking that myself and have hunted for years. Section A is number of points on each antler, Section B is the tip to tip spread and it turns out that the area in which you tally each tines length is called the G section. If the G4 is a normal point, the H4 measurement would be the smallest circumference of the main beam between the G3 and the G4. It’s relatively simple once you learn the lingo, but not something that’s easy to recall unless you score deer on a regular basis. ... the antlers have air dried at a habitable room temperature for at least 60 days after the animal was killed. G2 is the next tine, then G3, and so on (see photo above). is where you insert the length of the second tine and so forth and so on. Lot Number ... 5 pointer with 6.25" fork off G2 and 6 inch "kicker" off outside of fork; 4.25" extra tine between G3, G4 with 1.5" fork. Clayton, the answer to your question is yes! Good morning and happy Monday! Reason I ask is in a certain game cam pic this buck has what appears to be about a 9″ G1, but it’s about 3 inches away from the base. Hidden Antler Whitetails is a premier whitetail deer breeding operation with the goal of producing the best ranch release deer. I have a question regarding missing brows or G1’s. I’m just wondering…..where did the lettering “E, F, G, H” come from? Coues’ deer are miniature, desert-dwelling cousins of the familiar whitetail. A normal 8-point buck would have a G1, G2, and G3. — and even legally-found trophies, whereas the Pope and Young Club is an archery-only record organization. Just to give an idea how long that G2 is, consider that the non-typical point sticking off the G2 is 4 inches long! The end of the main beam IS NOT referred to as a G, although it does count as a point. This is why there is a gross score and a net score. NON- TYPICAL WHITETAIL AND COUES’ DEER (CHECK ONE): MINIMUM SCORES AWARDS ALL-TIME r whitetail 185 195 r Coues’ 105 120 G3 G4 G2 H3 H4 H2 H1 G1 F G5 G6 G7 E C E E E E B E E D E E E E E E E E E E E Detail of Point Measurement. The difference between all the normal tines, G-1 through G-whatever and the difference between H-1 through 4 (mass measurements). The H4 measurement on an 8 point buck is taken at the mid-way point on the main beam between the G3 and the tip of the beam. #1 except chip off G3 left; very small chew mark on tip of G2 left (easily repairable). The H1 (or H-1) is the circumference (or mass) and the first location where circumference measurements are taken, H2 is the second, and so on and so on. G1 (or G-1) is the length of the first point, G2 the second, and so on and so on. Learning the proper terms will help tremendously when discussing antlers in general and specific measurements with another hunter that is experienced with scoring deer antlers. One important factor is that whitetail deer antler growth by age. Exceptionally nice looking side. F - Length of Main Beam. If there is no G3, is H4 the same as H3 or is H4 zero? It sounds like the point is matched, that is there is a G4 on the other side. It is gathering some controversy over his G2 G3 points. The curves of antlers are usually forward without dividing. Thanks, Tom. Tag 3330... $999.95 /set U2/3N More about this lot > … Circumferences are taken at the narrowest place as in the photo above. From Animal. Of course, hunters also score shed antlers or dead bucks they have found somewhere. If the spacing of the G4 in question is similar to the other side then it could be a normal point. And yes, the ninth point will be deducted, as well as the difference between each matching point, whether the deer is scored a typical or non-typical. ): If two points have a common base then one of the points is non typical. SMALLER SET IS 226-6" BC GROSS AND BIGGER SET IS 249-5" BC GROSS~ BOTH WITH 18-0" ESTIMATED INSIDE SPREADS~ SMALLER SET H1'S ARE 5-5" AND 5-3"~ LONGEST TINE IS 11-3"~ MAIN BEAMS ARE 21-5" AND 22-0"~ SET WEIGHS 6.5 LBS~ COUPLE OF TINY TINY SURFACE CHEWS ON RIGHT ANTLER, HARDLY NOTICEABLE~ MAIN BEAM TIPS WERE … I was glad to see that this buck had put on some weight (see below),… Are tine positions hereditary? Antlers are highly heritable so that means a lot of what you see will be passed on to offspring. Your email address will not be published. Pastor's board "Antler Mount" on Pinterest. Gotta love deer hunting, you can learn something new every day. On the official Boone & Crockett scoring sheet each section of measurements is labeled with a letter. So G2’s were born (and G5, the company, got a brand name!). Antlers - White Tail Deer Sides (cont'd) Top of page. There are four and only four circumference measurements taken on each antler, regardless of the number of points. See more ideas about antler mount, deer mounts, deer antler decor. Major factors that contribute to antler growth are – Age; Genetics; Diet; Season Not where they are located. The question was asked: What does the letters A-H mean. The H2 measurement would be the smallest circumference between the G1 and G2. Tommy, Buck Manager answered that question, but it can be confusing if you’ve never seen a score sheet. This buck features a wonderful hide, exceptional hair, masterful taxidermy craftsmanship, and a large set of antlers that earn a Safari Club International Bronze Medal with a score of 133 7/8". It is truly a unique piece that will catch the eyes of every visitor you have. So far, nobody can tell me what word the G stands for. H2 - Smallest Circumference between Points G1 & G2. For whitetail deer, the measurement of the antlers is the reference to the score, and they do so by adding multiple factors: the length of the main beam, length of tines, the circumference of the the main beam in four different location and the width of the spread between the antlers. It is posed in an upright position looking to the viewers left out into the room. is where you … #1 except extreme tip broken off tip of G2. Most sportsmen envision the "typical" set of deer antlers to be symmetrical with 6, 8, or 10 points arising in a normal manner from the antler beam. Most bucks must be allowed to live several years to have the opportunity to achieve moderate to large antler size. G - Normal Point Example: G1, G2, G3, G4, G5 H1 - Smallest Circumference between burr and G1. Laura, the answer to your question is both yes and no. Only D-H are counted in the gross score. What type of buck are you trying to score? So section G-1. This is typically the location of the brow tine (if the brow tine is missing, the G1 is missing). Lainie, every point is measured on a buck. Eighths – You’ve probably noticed that deer scored using the B&C method have scores such as 134 5/8 or 176 2/8. Beautiful 5 point medium colored antler. This series of measurements consists of 8 different variables that are named “A” through “H.” All of the measurements are added together to get the gross score. The buck has one other abnormal point and does have a “regular” G4 on the other side if that makes a difference. G2 is the next tine, then G3, and so on (see photo above). Section A is number of points on each antler, Section B is the tip to tip spread and it turns out that the area in which you tally each tines length is called the G section. All applicable dimensions are included to help ensure this item will fit within your intended display space. Both use the same scoring system, but each has different minimums for record-book entry. Burr – The end of a buck’s antler that flattens out at the at the base of the head. The opposite antler gets a 0 since there is no G4. If there is a G4 on one side and not on the other can that be counted as an abnormal point in “E” when doing non typical? Get new Buck Manager articles by email (it's free! So…Have you ever wondered why we refer to antler points on a deer as a G2, G3, G4, etc? See original listing. Haven’t heard of a distinguishing rule. Take the tine or “G” measurements. Mikes, drop tines are abnormal points so they are not additive for a typical buck. Get the best deal for Whitetail Deer Antlers from the largest online selection at eBay.com. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. 5x5 plus 1.5" basal point right. A normal 10-point buck would have a G1, G2, G3 and G4. 299: Locating the Best Buck in your Neighborhood with Adam Hays, Ep. It’s the G2, and these happen to be longer than the normal antler points. And would the 9th point be a deduction to score? Ep. TAHC Certified & TC1 Herds I have a main frame 8 point it has a drop tine on each side coming from the same place on each main beam. In order to correctly score a buck you first need to understand how to take the required antler measurements, and that calls for the clarification of some B&C terminology. Another reason antler growth is slow in coming during April is the lack of quality food because spring green-up doesn’t normally come to the no… Click to see full answer. If I have a buck with a G4 that is protruding from the inside of the beam, so where do I take the H4 measurement? Barry, I think you are correct. If the points did not have a common base, such as one point actually coming off the other, then one point would be abnormal. All of the cells will take the measurement either way, and I cannot find any definitive instruction on this. Find great deals on eBay for whitetail deer antler and geweih. Antlers in velvet are not eligible for entry into SCDNR’s Antler Records Program. 2. When measuring deer antlers, does the “G” (as in G1) have a direct connection to a word? Thanks. is where you write in the length of the first tine, section G-2. Abnormal Point – Abnormal points are those non-typical in their location, such as points originating from a normal point, the bottom or sides of the main beam, or extra points beyond the normal pattern of points. Non-typical buck scores (net) are still based symmetry, then the abnormal points are added in. With three abnormal points, the deer will likely score well as a non-typical if the points are of any length. Otherwise, one will not understand they other and that just means at least one of you will be completely lost — kind of like going anywhere without knowing the native language. Large antlers on a younger deer and small antlers on an older deer can negatively influence your estimated age. Why do they ask for measurements that are not added into your score? The letter “D” is the inside spread measurement. Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Tony Campbell An outstanding deer score is one with the right size of the second point of an antler from the base. Over time as people used these scoring methods more and more, it eventually became easy to just refer to the tines themselves with these terms. However, deer antlers can develop into countless formations that often vary drastically from the "typical". The point originates from the main beam but angles slightly to the inside. Condition: Used. H1, H2, H3, and H4 refer to the locations on an antler where circumference, or mass, measurements are taken. Description of Taxidermy For Sale. In many areas, buck age is the factor that most limits antler size of male white-tailed deer even though nutrition and genetics also play important roles. The letter “F” is the length of the main beam, “E” is the total length of the abnormal points per side, “B” is your tip to tip spread (although that is not counted in your score). But I also have never tried scoring my deer. Five to six inches is excellent. Springtime is more favorable for antler growth. Do these count in the net score since they are the same? Boone and Crockett accepts trophies taken with all hunting tools — rifles, compound bows, etc. D - Inside Spread. I figured we could all use a little deer hunting trivia fact to start our weeks off right. Therefore, you are looking for the same features as in whitetails, only reduced in expression.Coues’ deer antlers tend to form semi-circles, with the antler … Points are either normal or abnormal, but just because two points have a common base that does not make them abnormal, especially if they are matched (both sides of the antlers). So section G-1. These measurements will be numbered for each tine and will start with a G. On a typical whitetail buck, the G1 will be the brow tine, the G2 (typically the longest G measurement) will be the next tine away from the skull, the G3 will be the next tine, etc. Wildlife - Deer - Antler Scoring. All points measured from tip of point to nearest edge of beam. However, this is not the case when deer are scored using B&C or the Texas Big Game Awards system. I’m not sure if it’s considered an abnormal point or a G4. Such as tip to tip, outside width and number of points? For instance will a buck’s male offspring exhibit drop tines or kickers in identical locations? I actually just learned about this recently and I thought it was pretty interesting, so I just had to share. If G-3 is missing then H-3 and H-4 are the same for mass measurement on the main beams. It grows fully until 6 years. I have a deer I would like to send you a picture of and see how you would score it? Secondly, most bucks are still stressed from the long winter so their overall body is in recovery mode. Most hunters use the term “gross score” as the total of all measurements and point, normal and abnormal, that a buck has. All Rights Reserved.Site By Q&A Creative, Ep. Ended: Nov 03, 2020 , 2:15PM. Forgive me if this is common knowledge for some of you. ... On the whitetail score sheet, A is for the greatest spread, B is for the number of points, etc. Keep in mind that all measurements are taken to the nearest eighth inch. Winning bid: US $51.00. On an excellent deer score, G2 must measure eight to nine inches. Up for Auction is the Huge Ohio Whitetail Deer Antler Shed. https://www.buckmanager.com/2008/01/15/boone-crockett-scoring-terminology I prefer to estimate age based solely on body characteristics with respect to location and time of year and then use antler size to “check” my estimate or to break a tie if I … Great 10 point whitetail deer antlers 5” Bases !!! Your email address will not be published. Hidden Antler Whitetails. At 3 1/2 this buck was again an 8-pointer, but now he is beginning to show antler potential. Required fields are marked *. Looked on site and Google searched and found nothing to explain? | Browse our daily deals for even more savings! Antler has 2 small exterior chips 1 … The antlers on the skull achieve an SCI Silver Medal with a Score of 151 6/8. Such as Define the letters. Ty, you’ve got mail! The beam tip is also counted as a point, but it is not measured as a “point” since its length is included in total beam length. 3 1/2: When a whitetail reaches 3 1/2 years of age, its skeletal frame is done growing. It’s confusing, but I will clarify in an article later this week. Steven, this is true if the deer is scored as a “typical” buck. Lincoln, the antlers should be scored both typical and non-typical,then you can see how they add up each way. E - Abonormal Point Example: E1, E2, E3. Gs – The letter G is used to name normal antler points. G1 refers to the first point on an antler. Thanks, Mike Two observations: that has to be one of the longest G2 tines ever officially measured on a whitetail; if the other side of that rack scores similarly, and give the buck a 16-inch spread, you’re looking at a 190-inch 8-point! is where you write in the length of the first tine, section G-2. G simply was in order for the data of tine length. has remnants of velvet still attached. The letters are used to eliminate confusion (A – H instead of 1 – 8), because there are already enough numbers on a page when you start scoring a deer. We have a beautiful Whitetail Deer shoulder taxidermy mount for sale, posed in an upright position looking slightly to the viewers left out into the room. WHAT ARE THE DEDUCTIONS ON A NON TYPICAL DEER? Factors affecting the growth of antlers on Whitetail deer. For an example of an abnormal point, look at item E in the photo below. Both are 5″. White-tailed deer have antlers. If a buck scores really high then the measurements can be used to verify the identity of the deer/rack. CWD Found in Whitetail Deer in Del Rio, Texas. I would like to know where he is hiding, in hopes of finding his shed antlers. Index. This may sound confusing, but there are advantages to scoring certain sets of antlers one way or the other. The majority of hunters know that the Boone & Crockett Club measuring system is the most common way to score white-tailed deer antlers, but many don’t know how to properly score a harvested buck. Josh, where you take the H4 measurement depends entirely on whether the point in question is normal or abnormal. For bucks scored non-typical, the drop tines are included in the net score. Thanks. 297: Final Plans, Gear, and Advice Before Opening Day. This is a unique Whitetail Deer shoulder mount made from all antler sheds! I recently killed a nice buck that is a main-frame 10 point, but he has a kicker off of each G-2. 517 likes. Ryan, these measurements are for identification purposes. The letters themselves do not represent a specific word. It would appear they have a common base. Caleb, if the G4 is located in a normal position then it is a normal point and should be measured as such. Learn how your comment data is processed. Besides, what is a good antler score? Gross takes into account the sum of all measurements. Beam Length – The measurement from the bottom of the burr to the tip of main beam. Since I do not have a photo it’s difficult to give a conclusive answer here. A two to four inch brow tine is fairly typical. From this point on the nutrients that previously went to bone growth can be transferred to antler growth. It can be confusing. Antler size and corresponding antler score typically increase as a buck ages. Record 1/2 inch as 4/8 inch and it will make the math easier, especially if you don’t have a calculator! B&C is based on symmetry with net score, but the gross score really reflects what the deer has on its head. I shot a buck that has a 9 point frame with 3 kickers on the base would this be score non typical? I can understand a buck having G1s closer to the burr or possibly slightly further up the beam, but anything out of the ordinary is considered an abnormal point, especially if it is an unmatched point. However, how those measurements play into the score depends on whether or not the points are normal or abnormal and whether the antlers are scored typical or non-typical. New Mountain Mike's Reproductions Shed Spreader Antler Mounting Kit : Kit comes with both Medium and Large pedical top skull sections to be able to mount any diameter antler (measured above the burr) Compatible with your own harvested Fallow, Whitetail or Mule deer antlers or shed antlers. 1. We then add the 19-21 inch spread credit of the buck to come to a rough estimate that this buck’s score is 121- 124 inches. Look forward to checking out the antlers in question. The primary reason for this is that the amount of daylight is much less than what it will be in June. However, you will find some mature whitetails … Sign up to get free access to the “Whitetail Addict’s Monthly To-Do Checklist” and our exclusive newsletter packed with tips & tactics, © 2021 Wired To Hunt. His antlers have a gross score of 122-inches (B&C). Shop with confidence. Net score deducts the differences between normal points and mass. super tall muley with deep forks scoring 169-2" bc gross~ outside spread is 20-1"~ h1's are both 4-4"~ g2's are 16-1" and 15-1"~ g3's are 11-0" and 10-6"~ g4's are 8-2" and 8-1"~ main beams are 22-2" and 22-1"~ hard hard white no cracking, appears to have been in later stage of velvet and velvet was taken off~ would be an easy rack to stain~ it is a lot bigger in person compared to score~ Point – To be a point the projection must be at least one inch long, with the length exceeding width at one inch or more of length. Knowing what terms refer to will not only help you “get it,” but lend you and others confidence that you know what you’re doing. If the G4 is an abnormal point, take the H4 measure on the main beam exactly halfway between the G3 and the tip of the antler. Record the spread credit of your buck’s antlers. H3 - Smallest Circumference between Points G2 & G3 So why do they show a circumference measurement being taken between the G2 and G3? If I enter the inches and eighths with a space in between, I get a much lower score than if I enter them into the system with no spaces. This is a huge super wide set! Is there an H4 measurement when scoring an eight point or 4×4 buck? 19”Inside , Symmetrical 8”G2. May 25, 2015 - I saw this buck a few times in the early fall, but he has been a no show for the last couple of months. If the point is not on top of the beam, as normal points should be, then it sounds like the point must be considered abnormal. Buck offspring will be predisposed to look like their dad, but may not have all of the same antler features. When you take the difference between the matched points (G4) on each of the antlers the difference will be the length of the unmatched G4. Dec 29, 2016 - Taxidermy For Sale - The Taxidermy Store has a wide selection of Whitetail Deer skulls & antlers, wildlife and outdoor decor products for sale.13210. The second point (called the G-2) is another key area in determining a buck's score. Either way I’m not sure where to take the last mass measurement on that side… halfway from that point to the end of the main beam or in between that point and the G3? It started a discussion on whether it was a G2 or a huge G1. Bucks scored non-typical will have abnormal points included in their gross score. Antlers differ from horns in that they’re cast every year and are regrown in spring and summer. From the time antlers begin growing in late March through the end of April, growth is minimal. This is a classic Whitetail Deer skull and antlers mount. Horns are never cast and continuously grow due to a core of live tissue. In the example above, the H1 measurement for a buck’s right antler would be the smallest circumference between the burr and G1. Regardless of the number of points, only 4 H (circumference) measurements are taken on any buck. here are two massive sets from the same deer!! The G4 adds to the gross score, but not to the net score. My question is the use of the online scoring system @ B&C. Is there a rule of thumb that dictates what a G1 or G2 is? However, the offspring will not look exactly alike, partly because they get some other genes from the doe, but partly because of gene recombination in general. Photos not available for this variation. | Free shipping on many items! Abnormal points penalize typical deer. On a typical whitetail buck, the G1 will be the brow tine, the G2 (typically the longest G … To score a set of deer antlers using the Boone and Crockett method, many measurements must be taken. Each kicker is 3 1/2″ long and symmetrical in location, I was told that they will not count in the gross score but will be deducted in the net score. Item F in the photo is an example of the main beam measurement. Well it’s pretty simple, but I imagine many people are unaware as to how this came about. Brandon, I can not cite a specific rule off hand but I do know that to be considered a “normal point” the point must be in the location where it is generally found on the species in question. Deer hunting news, stories and strategies for the next generation. That being said, if you’ve ever logged your buck’s Boone & Crockett score, you probably have a clue. Features a main beam at 21-1/2" long, G1 3-3/4", G2 8-1/4", G3 9-1/2", G4 5" for a very respectable score of 61-5/8". The G measurements are the legth of the various antler points on each beam. I’m just trying to correctly calculate the gross score bc obviously if I take the mass measurement in between these points it’s more than from that point to the end of the main beam. By multiplying 51-52 inches by two, taking the shortcut in estimating the score of the other antler, we can arrive that this buck’s antlers are around 102-104 inches. Is this true? There are two examples. Otherwise, it is deducted and may as well not have it. For the purposed of Boone & Crockett Club, typical antlers are those that look like “normal” buck antlers, such as a 10-point buck that has 5-points per side with matched G1s, G2s, G3s, and G4s. Dec 15, 2020 - Explore B.J. Hs – The letter H is used to refer to circumference of a buck’s antler. Scoring White-tailed Deer Using Boone & Crockett Method. Beams flattened from G2 forward. Thanks, Clark. 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