A Tennessee hunter may have just broken a world record with this 47-point buck
A hunter in Tennessee is celebrating the hunt of a lifetime.
Stephen Tucker shot the buck with a muzzleloader in Sumner County, Tennessee in November 2016. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency classified the 47-point antlers as a “non-typical whitetail” with a certified measurement of a little more than 308 inches in length.
The previous state record of 244 inches was set in 2000.
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