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Whitetail Buck Sheds Antlers Immediately After Being Shot


Have you ever seen this happen before?

Hunters often catch some pretty amazing and crazy stuff while filming their hunts. However, something like a buck's antlers falling off from an arrow's impact would be unbelievable if not caught on film.

On the last day of Minnesota's deer season, a couple guys spot a nice-sized buck resting off the back of their property. They stepped outside with a bow and a camera ready to go. After letting the arrow fly, the buck's antlers go flying from his head.

See this unbelievable moment in the video below.


I've seen more than my fair share of crazy videos of things happening to hunters while in the field, but a buck's antlers falling off after being shot is a first.

That had to be a huge disappointment to the hunter who shot him. That buck would have made a very nice taxidermy mount, especially after putting an arrow dead in the kill zone from nearly 45 yards away.

Maybe he can duck tape or super glue the antlers back in place for a quick picture? In reality, a good taxidermist would almost certainly be able to attach the antlers to the deer's mount in some semi-permanent way. That poses the questions: What taxidermy option would you choose? With or without antlers?

At the very least, he has one heck of an interesting story to tell and the video to back it up.



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