Last October, Brian Butcher was bowhunting in Chase County, Kansas, when he had a buck with crazy antlers come to within 25 yards of his tree stand. According to FoxNews, what Brian first thought were branches caught in this buck's antlers - were the actual antlers.

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So, Brian takes the buck and then got a close look - something that put him in "complete shock". Afterwards he and his buddy tried to score the antlers and kept losing track. After the drying off period, officials from Boone and Crockett scored the rack. The rack was so funky, it took them 5 hours to score. The rack is now the 4th highest scoring non-typical rack in the world and the new Kansas record. Congratulations, Brian!

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