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    The hunter says, "They're both going on the wall. But, I can't decide which one will be a traditional mount and which one European . . . "
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    Conjoined twin myslexia.

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    Not to mention , is that a 18 pointer { or however many there are - too hard to count } or what ?


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    Does that deer require 2 kill tags?
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    If the two of us put our heads together we can make it through this hunting season !
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    Ha ha...all joking aside...did you guys/gals notice the large dropped tine on the left buck? Both bucks had nice racks.
    This combo was shot in Rhode Island, USA. Must have been pretty nasty hauling that around while trying to get a meal and a little action with the doe’s.
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    Could you imagine seeing that deer walk threw the woods. Must have been very exciting for the hunter. Looks like the deer on the left is a main frame 8 with a drop tine and the deer on the right is a main frame 10.
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    That's rather horrifying.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jearl View Post
    Could you imagine seeing that deer walk threw the woods. Must have been very exciting for the hunter. Looks like the deer on the left is a main frame 8 with a drop tine and the deer on the right is a main frame 10.
    I would have definitely done a double take on that mess walking through the woods, especially after being out in the woods for hours on end. The hunter in this case did that buck a favor by dispatching him. Most of the time when two bucks lock up like that they both die.
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