The antlers of a typical whitetail buck deer is scored by using the formula total gross BC score = antler score x 2 + inside spread, where antler score is calculated by using the formula antler score = beam length + total tine length + 4 total circumferences measurements. These equations, which were formulated by whitetail biologist David Morris, are loosely based on the Boone and Crockett Scoring system. The results only provide an estimate of a deer's actual gross BC field score.Continue Reading
The whitetail deer is one of the most pursued game by hunting enthusiasts. Harvested whitetail deer antlers that are displayed as trophy animals are typically given Boone & Crockett (BC) field scores. Hunters often receive recognition or awards for obtaining a particular BC field score. For a typical whitetail deer, the minimum entry score to be included in the Awards book and "Records of North American Big Game" is 170.
To get a quick estimate of the field score of a deer's antlers, the beam length, mass measurements, tine length and inside spread should be measured. A 150 class deer is estimated to have an average of 24 inches plus main beam and average 16 inches per side of mass measurements. The tine length refers to the distance from the tine's tip to the main beam. Tines that measure at least one inch is added to the gross field score. The inside spread is the widest point between the two main beams.Learn more about Measurements
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While there are numerous electronic conversion calculators that can quickly and accurately convert Celsius temperatures to Fahrenheit, there's also a simple mathematical formula, which is Fahrenheit = Celsius x 1.8 + 32, that can help those who don't have access to a conversion tool. Following the formula, 51 times 1.8 equals 91.8, to which 32 is added, resulting in 123.8 meaning that 51 degrees Celsius converts to 123.8 degrees Fahrenheit. There is also a less precise formula that involves doubling the Celsius temperature and adding 32, which equates to 51 degrees C converting to 134 degrees F.Full Answer >