Sister Act Bucks, Ashlen and Makenzy Hamon

Sisters Ashlen and Makenzy Hamon from Piedmont, Oklahoma harvested these bucks in 2011 while hunting with their dad Chris Hamon and guide Kenny Bright of Oklahoma Whitetail near Noble, Oklahoma.

Makenzy (left), age 16, took her buck with a .243 the opening day of Oklahoma's gun season. Ashlen, age 12, also took her buck with a .243 and and got the job done the opening day of the Sooner state's youth gun season.

Nice work on both bucks girls!




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