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Pope & Young Confirms Butcher Buck as New No. 2 Non-Typical

At 343 4/8 gross inches and 321 3/8 net inches, Brian Butcher's Kansas buck officially enters P&Y record books.

Pope & Young Confirms Butcher Buck as New No. 2 Non-Typical

Brian Butcher stands in front of his trophy with friends and hunting partners Luke Buxton (left) and Clint Pock (right). (Photo courtesy of Brian Butcher)

It's officially official, the spot reserved on bowhunting’s Mount Rushmore for Brian Butcher and his ginormous non-typical buck from Chase County, Kansas. As readers of Petersen's Bowhunting might recall, Butcher and his amazing 67-point whitetail were unveiled to the world at the 2020 ATA Archery Trade Show in Indianapolis.

That unveiling came only days after the buck was initially scored on Jan. 3, 2020. As the buck's incredible 60-day entry numbers became available, the whitetail and bowhunting world was wowed by a buck with three scorable points on the right side, 64 scorable points on the left side, a gross score of 343 4/8 inches, and a net score of 321 3/8...

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