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A few friends and I have a yearly competition to see who shoots the most and best deer and turkey. At the end of the season the victor claims the title “Whack Master 2006” adopted from Uncle Ted. One buddy just came back from an antelope hunt in Wyoming where he stuck a small doe (he refers to it as a toddler) and a large buck.

My question is how should an antelope taken from an out-of-state hunt be compared to a Missouri white tail? As an example, before we would rate the animal by size and gender. A buck was worth more than a doe, but two doe may be worth more than a buck depending on their size. Should an antelope be worth more, less or the same as a white tail of same size and gender?
 

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I don't think it should be included in the contest if you and other buddies are only hunting deer and turkey...
 

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The antelope score could be multiplied by 1.87 to make it comparable to a white-tail. This is based on the P&Y record book entry standards for a white-tail (125) and antelope (67).
 

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Very True Doc:wink:
 
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