Statistics About The Most Points On A Whitetail Deer

The average number of points on a whitetail deer ranges from 6 to 8 points.

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"The world record typical whitetail score is 213 5/8, set in 1965."

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"A buck's antlers can grow fast, as much as 1/4-inch per day in some cases."

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"The previous world record, scoring 328 2/8 points, was set in the 1980s."

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"A buck typically doesn't grow its first full rack of antlers until 20 months old."

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"The record buck deer in Missouri had 30 points and scored 333 7/8."

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"A buck can lose up to 25% of its body weight during the rut."

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"In Illinois, a record deer buck had 37 points and scored 304 3/8."

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"The world-record 47-point buck was taken by a hunter in Tennessee in 2016."

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"A hunter named Mel Johnson holds the record for shooting a non-typical 13-point buck in 1965."

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"The average rack size for yearling bucks is 4 points."

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"The most common antler size for a buck is 8 points."

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"A buck scored 312 0/8 points on Boone and Crockett, being the largest buck ever killed by a female."

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"It's thought that a buck's antler size peaks between 5-7 years of age."

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"The Boone and Crockett Club's Records Committee declared a record buck with 312 0/8 non-typical points, and it remains the current world record."

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