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Old 01-01-2009, 02:38 AM
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44.5 inches. 140 yards .30-06 150 grains soft nose.
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Old 01-01-2009, 04:32 AM
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Very Nice. Congrats, question, what elevation are these animals prevalent?
Are they that big normally, or did you kill the big one?
The Current SCI all time record: Score 123 2/8.
Do they measure these with length and width?

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That is very special Great job naveed. thanks for the pic and info. I love this forum.
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Old 01-01-2009, 11:19 PM
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Very Nice. Congrats, question, what elevation are these animals prevalent?
Are they that big normally, or did you kill the big one?
The Current SCI all time record: Score 123 2/8.
Do they measure these with length and width?
They are found at around 1500 to 3000 feet elevation. Any animal with 35 inches horns are considered to be trophies. My friends last year got two trophies of 37 and 39 inches. Mine was around 12 years to 13 years old. The older they are they get smarter. This one waited at the mountain peak (for which my small range finder couldn't measure the distance) for the whole herd to pass my hiding place and then started descending. The herd had at least five males with horns of 35" and above.

I have been trying to find out how the SCI measure and arrive at the score. I would love to learn how to do it if any of the forum members could provide guidance.

As per The Sindh Wildlife Department records, this is the biggest since Pakistan won independence in 1947 but I am still waiting for a written confirmation. However, the record before that is around 52 inches taken by a British national when South East Asia was ruled by the English.

I think I did kill the big one.
For the record, if it was not taken it would go blind between the age of 13 to 14 years and die.
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Great pic naveedlodhi, and nice animal. I wouldn't know a big one from a small one, but it's a beautiful trophy. Are you getting it mounted?
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Old 01-04-2009, 11:31 PM
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Great pic naveedlodhi, and nice animal. I wouldn't know a big one from a small one, but it's a beautiful trophy. Are you getting it mounted?
Thank you very much Shawn. I have sent it for mounting.

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