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Audrey Sharp: 247 7/8-inch Indiana Trophy Buck

Audrey Sharp: 247 7/8-inch Indiana Trophy Buck

Beginner's luck? Nope, this was Audrey Sharp's third year of deer hunting. Here's a look at her massive Indiana trophy buck.

The details are few, but we do know the bare essentials behind Audrey Sharp's first ever deer€¦a monster by anyone's measuring stick: 24 scorable points and coming in at 247 7/8 inches!
On the opening day of Indiana's firearm season on November 12 near Poseyville, Indiana, Audrey spotted this absolute gagger not twenty yards from her treestand.
Aiming her H&R Handi Rifle chambered in .44 magnum, she quickly pulled the trigger and connected with the non-typical monarch, who piled up 60 yards from her stand.
Congrats on a fantastic buck Audrey.
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Unbelievably, this was Audrey's first ever deer taken in her third year of hunting.
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