Should This Buck Have Been Scored as the Largest Typical Ever?

Should This Buck Have Been Scored as the Largest Typical Ever?

The final scoring for the Johnny King buck has been debated heavily throughout the whitetail world. In this Big Buck Profile video, Gordon Whittington breaks down how the deer was officially scored and also how if scored in another way, it could have gone down as the largest typical ever.

What do you think? Should it have been scored differently?

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