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TN 12 Muzzleloader 10 point

Got this one Saturday evening about 5:30. I've not pulled the trigger in 2 years. I've been hoping for a perfect 10 point for a few years now. I've just never had the chance. I got this one on my trial cam back in August 1 time. That is all I had to go on. I've passed on 30 deer from that stand this year at different times. I'm sure some are the same deer just different days. I thought this deer was probably gone, it sounded like a war the first day of Muzzleloader. I was staying in the stand daylight to dark, I've never done that either. I'm the odd man out on my lease nobody really knows me, they have been wondering why I've not shot anything in the 2 years I've been on it. I kept telling them I'm not shooting any more little deer. When I take one it will be a good one. Everything worked out. I'm very thankful!
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    Re: TN 12 Muzzleloader 10 point

    Very nice, what do you think it measures?
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    Re: TN 12 Muzzleloader 10 point

    I hope he measures around 140. I don't think he will have very many deduction inches. I think it takes 125 to make the TN Deer Registery for a Muzzleloader. Do you have a guess on the score?
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    I hope he measures around 140. I don't think he will have very many deduction inches. I think it takes 125 to make the TN Deer Registery for a Muzzleloader. Do you have a guess on the score?
    No Im not good at that sorry
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    Re: TN 12 Muzzleloader 10 point

    he'll go 150 easy, maybe mid 150's is my guess.
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    Re: TN 12 Muzzleloader 10 point

    Very nice and i'm sure worth the wait.......congrats!
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