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Christopher Quast

Look at this brute my buddies sister-in-law smoked last night with car

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She was coming home from work just west of Waconia and she was tired and was talking on her phone and WHAMMMO!!!! She said she thought it was a deer, but had absolutely no clue it was even a buck non the less this big of one.

Just makes a guy sick knowing some of us hunt our arse off and never lay eyes on a buck this big. It has a 20 1/2" inside spread with 5" bases and carries his mass all the way to the tips.

They are actually going to get him mounted just because he is a very awesome buck. Which I think is cool!!!

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I'd be willing to bet that the BUCK smoked her car! What a dandy. Bet she'll think twice about driving tired and on the phone from now on.

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Ya maybe she will actually pay a little more attention to the road The only thing we could figure was that somebody was combining close by and spooked him up from the beans or the corn or who knows maybe even some coyotes. I have never even seen a deer one time in my life where she hit this thing not even a doe.

Just makes you wonder how many slugs and/or arrows he managed to slip by before his fateful night.

What do you think he will score I would guess around 150" not that it matters he is still a giant.

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wow, huge buck. I bet it did not play nice with her car. Thankfully she was not hurt.

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Just for s**ts and grins, I'd say he'd net 135-140. A lot of deductions as he's not very symmetrical on any of the tines, maybe the 3's. And there's some extra stuff. He's big and old, and would have been a great buck to tag no matter how perfect/imperfect his rack.

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Nice buck. Had some patients in the ER who had a deer go through their windshield at 70mph landing inside, and all one had was a broken hand, amazing.

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