Pics are a little crummy, camera would not focus well in the dark.
I took this guy last night in the last few minutes of light, 9 or 10 point depending on how you count them. He was 40 yards from the blind in hot pursuit of a doe.
Load used was 120grains of Blackhorn under a Hornady 250 grain sst from a TC Encore 20" barrel, scope is a Burris 1.5-6x40.
Ive been hunting for four days knowing there was a decent 6 point running around, but all I saw were this years fawns & moms and a couple forks.
When this guy came along I assumed he would be the 6 point. He was moving through alot of brush and all I saw was his general rack size. I started aiming for where I wanted the bullet to exit through him and waited for a gap in the brush & trees to put it through. I was surprized later to find out he was a bit larger.