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    Muntjac buck - unusual antlers

    I got a nice little video of a Muntjac buck in velvet with what I think are quite unusual antlers. I am not into trophies myself but would be interested in any comments. Do I see this correct: Is this a six-pointer Muntjac buck ?

    It is the clearest in the first few seconds of the video.
    Last edited by Erik Hamburger; 20-07-2013 at 19:38.

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    Would be interesting to see him clean, looks very unusual, good spot, you just need to find him in couple of months!

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    Out of interest what was he feeding on in front of the stealth cam. As redlab stated would love to see clean or in day light on your cam good luck

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    I`ve not seen that many Munties and trophies were never my thing but i wouldn`t mind it on my wall.
    Hopefully we`ll see some more of him.
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    He's a corcker, no doubt about that, although volume wise they always look much bigger in velvet, he certainly is bigger than the norm and has multiple points too. He's in good shape as well, looks to be a cracking body weight on him, I hope you catch up with him out of velvet either on the camera or in person...........looking forward to the update!
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    Quote Originally Posted by longhorn View Post
    Out of interest what was he feeding on in front of the stealth cam. As redlab stated would love to see clean or in day light on your cam good luck
    He was feeding on an area of short (grazed short) grass under heavy tree cover - it was very obvious that patch was used by deer hence my camera placement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Erik Hamburger View Post
    Is this a six-pointer Muntjac buck ?

    Could be a Muntjac/Roe hybrid, a Rojac. 'Who loves ya' bambi?'
    Owning a gun or knife and not using it, is akin to not sleeping with your girlfriend to keep her neat and tidy for the next bloke.

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    cracking looking animal,

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