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Old 03-16-2012, 08:20 PM
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Scoring Your Whitetail Buck
using Boone and Crockett Scoring


Boone & Crockett Non-Typical Score Sheet
Boone & Crockett Typical Score Sheet
Boone & Crockett Online Score Calculator


For Personal Use only. For Official Scoring sheets go to Boone & Crockett website

1. lNSIDE SPREAD of Main Beams:
Measure the inside spread of the main antler beamsat the widest place. This measurement should be at a right angle to the longitudinal axis of the skull, and parallel to its horizontal axis.

2. CIRCUMFERENCE of Main Beam: (Fig. 1) Measure the circumference of each main antler beam at the four places indicated below. Circumferences must be taken at a right angle to the longitudinal axis of the antler at the smallest place between typical tines, disregarding the non-typical tines.
C-l. Between the burr and T-1. Measure the circumference of the main antler beam at the smallest place between the burr and the typicalbrow tine, or "eyeguard" (T-1). If T-l is absent, measure at the smallest place between the burr and the second typical tine (T-2), which will make this measurement the same as C-2.
C-2. Between T-1 and T-2. Measure the circumference of the main antler beam at the smallest place between the typical brow tine (T-1) and second typical tine (T-2). If T-l is absent, measure at the smallest place between the burr and T-2, which will make this measurement the same as C-l.
C-3. Between T-2 and T-3. Measure the circumference of the main antler beam at the smallest place between the the second typical tine (T-2) and third typical tine (T-3). If T-3 is absent, measure at the smallest place between the center of the base of T-2 and the beam tip, which will make this measurement the same as C-4.
C-4. Between T-3 and T-4. Measure the circumference of the main antler beam at the smallest place between the third typical tine (T-3) and fourth typical tine (T-4). If T-4 is absent, measure halfway between the center of the base of T-3 and the beam tip. If T-1 (typical brow tine) is absent, measure both C-l and C-2 at the same place. This will be at the smallest place between the burr and T-2. If T-4 (fourth typical tine) is absent, measure C-4 halfway between the center of the base of T-3 and the beam tip. If an antler has only two points-- T-l and the beam tip, measure C-2, C-3 and C-4 at the same place. This will be halfway between the center of the base of T-l and the beam tip. If an antler has only two points-- T-2 plus the beam tip, measure C-l and C-2 at the same place between the burr and T-2, and measure C-3 and C-4 at the same place, which will be halfway between T-2 and the beam tip. If an antler is a simple spike (no tines at all), measure all four circumferences at the same place. This will be halfway between the base of the burr (not the top of the burr) and the beam tip.
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