Big Eyeguards

elkassassin

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I Seen a Cool Buck in the Book Cliffs Several Years ago that Had Double Brow Tines!

The Thing that was Cool was His Lower Brows were in Normal Position!

The 2nd Set were 5 or 6 Inches up the Beams from the First Brows!
 

ICMDEER

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I like them, but don't get hung up on them. Saw a buck last week (pic on here) with a double on one side. But if he's a big old stud with zero brow tines, I still like him.
 

Butts

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Big ol’ eye guards are a perfect addition to a mule deer rack, especially if them G1’s are bladed and got character!
 

antlerradar

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This just a nice heavy three point. The 4 and 5+ make him kind of cool
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huntindad4

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I like big eyeguards! My 2 best...
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This buck is from Idaho and has one 2-1/2" and one 3" eyguard.

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This is a Kali buck both eyguards are 3-1/2" they help him bump the score into the 170's. The pic doesnt do a pretty nice mount justice. It was taken to show the eyeguards.

Bill
 

Paul_Crawford

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Either way for me.

My son won't pull the trigger if it doesn't have eye guards. Made a mistake in unit 33 one time. He shot a 28" that was slick, and cussed himself the whole time he was tagging it. pc
 

SDBugler

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A buck looks bare without em!!!
There are a couple......

Shot this buck back in 1995. Hard to tell in this pic but his left G1 is 4" and bladed. If it wasn't webbed, it probably would have forked.

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My son found this deadhead with one that was 6"+ and grew up like a corkscrew.
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