January 20, 2010

Ohio Muzzleloader Hunter Shoots Buck with 35-Inch Main Beam

HIGHLAND COUNTY, Ohio -- On November 30, 2009, the opening day of Ohio gun season, 39-year-old software developer Brian Stephens dropped an 18-point buck at 80 yards with his .50 caliber T/C muzzleloader that will likely shatter the Buckeye State’s nontypical muzzleloader record and will almost certainly set the new mark for whitetail beam length.

Stephens took the buck on a 180-acre family farm. Two official B&C and Buckmasters measurers green-scored the buck with these dimensions:

Left G2: 18 inches

Brian Stephens took the buck on a 180-acre family farm.

Right G2: 16-6/8

Inside Spread: 24-3/8

Left main beam: 35-1/8

Right main beam: 34-4/8

Green gross: 249-5/8

Comments (2)

My buddy emailed me a bunch of pictures of this buck and the story that goes along with it. Good story, great buck.

Posted by: Robert J | February 1, 2010 10:55 AM    Report this comment

Awesome, Brian! Way to go!

Posted by: KURT L. H | January 21, 2010 10:56 AM    Report this comment

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