Who Shot Some of the World's Largest Bucks?


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As of September 2015, according to Boone-Crockett.org, the world's largest typical white-tailed buck was shot by Milo N. Hanson in 1993. The deer was shot in Biggar, Saskatchewan, Canada, and had 14 points with a score of 213 5/8.

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The world's largest non-typical white-tailed buck was picked up in St. Louis County, Missouri, by the state's Department of Conservation. The deer was found in 1981 and had 44 points with a score of 333 7/8. The world's largest typical Coues' white-tailed buck was shot by Ed Stockwell in Pima County, Arizona, in 1953. The deer had 10 points and a score of 144 1/8.

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