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I agree, between 110 and 115. He's got real potential though.

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Without a good profile shot to see beam length I would say 120". Looks very similar to my biggest 119 7/8 net.

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It would be lucky to make 115. The velvet makes it deceiving. 105 or so.

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Flipping huge if it is in Arizona. I would say 115 is a good estimate. The body is twice the size of any animal here. Would be proud to have that animal if i were a trophy hunter.

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Wow. I was suprised that most of you are guessing about the same as I would. Usually everyone is way over the top and calling any good eight or ten a 140 class deer.

My guess would be 105-110. If you want him good luck this fall.

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The velvet can really throw you off. I agree with the posts in the 105-115 range. You can tell its a younger deer. The brisket is not pronounced, not much of a belly - and no roman nose yet.

Nice potential for sure.

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I agree with Gissert in that it isn't a real old deer. However, I can't score it without knowing when the picture was taken. How much growing is left from when the picture was taken.

Assuming this picture is real recent then 115-120 is a good estimate once the velvet comes off.

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Thanks for the replies! picksbigwagons, I stink at scoring too hence the post. I would have guessed about the same as you. The picture was from last week.

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I got about 105 gross. I think he will net below 100.

Be good in a couple years..real goo. Appears about 2 1/2.

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He's got a little growing to do, but my guess he'll end up about 123 4/8.

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Here is a picture of my sons 10 pointer that he shot two years ago. It grossed 116 6/8 and netted 114 3/8. So my guess would be that right now it would gross around 100.

[img:center]brendonsbuck.jpg

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