Hunter’s First Buck is “Freak of Nature”


This Oklahoma hunter’s first whitetail buck reportedly turned out to be an amazing creature, the likes of which is rarely seen by ANY deer hunter. And there’s not much chance that he will ever kill a bigger trophy.

The buck was killed in Oklahoma County, OK by 36-year-old Brad Julian Jr. And after being measured a couple different times, the final Boone & Crockett score is 223 gross, 216-1/8 net.

While that’s not a record — not even a state record — it is astounding that such massive antlers were formed on a 3×3 frame. Heck, just the skull and antlers, in the form of a European mount, weigh 12.5 pounds!

Julian, 36, a heating and air technician, shot…

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