An antler scoring sheet is a standardized chart for recording antler measurements for comparison with other animals of the same species. The scoring sheet collates information such as number of points, distance at widest spread, and a collection of linear and circumferential measurements totaled for both left and right antlers.
Antler scoring sheets are available for all common species of North American elk, deer, moose and caribou online or from hunting stores. For scores to be recognized, measurements must be taken with a 1/4-inch steel measuring tape and verified by an official measurer. Scoring is based on the system developed by the Boone and Crockett Club throughout the first half of the 20th century and standardized in 1950.