Richard Grunsted, of Iowa, tagged this buck with a .270 from 370 yards in northern Utah. Sal Corbo
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Paul Amato took this buck in southern Colorado with a .243 Ackley at 275 yards. Sal Corbo
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Roger Mower of Wyoming took this double drop-tine muley with a .300 Winchester Magnum at about 400 yards. Sal Corbo
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Steve Hawkins, from Nevada, shot this buck in the mountains outside Reno with a 7mm at 375 yards. Sal Corbo
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Peter Vaith, of Utah, drew a tag for the Bookcliff Mountains and took this big deer there on opening day with a .338 magnum at 525 yards. Sal Corbo
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These are a giant set of sheds that were mounted on a skull, from a famous deer known as the “buck of justice,” says Sal Corbo, who puts these calendars together. There were six years of sheds found from this deer. Sal Corbo
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Sam Minkler of Arizona hiked into the Grand Tetons of Wyoming through rain and snow for six days before shooting this buck at 400 yards. Sal Corbo
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Randy Ulmer took this buck with a bow while hunting with his best friend and two sons. Sal Corbo
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This mule deer was killed by Peter Starvos of Durango, Colorado, in 2006. He shot the buck in Idaho with a .300 ultra mag at 285 yards. Sal Corbo
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Brad Borden took this muley buck in November of 2005 after waiting 14 years to draw a tag for the famous Arizona Strip. He shot the buck at 250 yards with a .300 Weatherby. Sal Corbo
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This monster buck was taken back in the 1940’s. He was hanging in a saloon for many years, and is one of the largest ever harvested in Colorado. Nobody knows who shot him. Sal Corbo
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This buck was taken by Michael Denton during the 2005 archery season on Arizona’s Kaibab Plateau. Sal Corbo

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