Monster Muzzleloader Bull

sirroyal

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This bull 9'er just got SCI Scored 422". We were very blessed to harvest this monster on the 5th day of the hunt! No big money here , just the most blessed guide nobody has ever heard of and the hunter Seth Wallace and his bro Wes hunting together. Seth had drawn a muzzleloader tag in Arizona.
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sirroyal

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That’s something real special
This bull was very unique in the fact that there is only 7" of deductions for symmetry with 27 measurements. B&C. It's a huge 8x8 with 2 points on each side of 9'ers browtine making him 9x9
Beside the fact that this bull was only 7 years old!
He was shot on a Az draw tag (not governors tag) by an average middle class young man that loves to hunt.
 
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Buckxmaster

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This bull was very unique in the fact that there is only 7" of deductions for symmetry with 27 measurements. B&C. It's a huge 8x8 with 2 points on each side of 9'ers browtine making him 9x9
Beside the fact that this bull was only 7 years old!
He was shot a Az draw tag (not governors tag) by an average middle class young man that loves to hunt.
Very Impressive Bull for sure!! I'm hoping to see one of his close relatives in 7W early archery this Sept.
 

c3

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awesome bull !!!!

any field pics? would love to figure out which unit that was from :)

cheers,
pete
 

sirroyal

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I hope the genetic stay strong in that unit. That bulls genetic is a huge factor in making more like him.
Genetics are not the factor here. They will always be there but having mature bulls is a factor! They gotta live long enough to reach their genetic potential.
 

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