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    Can an antelope truly be a non-typical or is 'freak' a better term?

    I took these first pics today at work. Ended up diggin through some old folders and found these other pics. Some aren't the best, but kinda fun to see some pronghorn freaks!

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    I love the weird ones, nice pics

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    I would shoot one of those in a heart beat. Get a nice euro mount.

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    Freaks are awesome.... I have yet too shoot one....
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    I love Non Typical antelope. Those are some great pictures. I was lucky enough to get one and have had the chance at 3 others. Heres a pic. I don't know why Im not smiling. I was super excited when I shot that buck.
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    A few I have been lucky enough to harvest

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    badlandcat, were those all deadhead finds? Very cool!

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    Not deadheads, they were taken in MT, ND and SD over the last 25 years. Always looking for a freak goat.

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    @badlands the one in the back is awesome

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    FREAK Love all the freaks. Nice collection!!!!!!!!!
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    That far left one of the five is really cool the way they sweep around low to the front!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Badlandcat View Post
    Not deadheads, they were taken in MT, ND and SD over the last 25 years. Always looking for a freak goat.
    Very Cool!

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    My wife has been lucky enough to take two wide ones.

    This one was her first big game animal, we had watched this buck for about 4 months and she got him on opening morning.



    This one was a couple years later and not as big. He was actually standing next to a much larger buck but she opted for this one.



    Both from the same area and I have seen others there that had the same characteristic. One was one of the biggest antelope I had ever seen and was on a friends ranch that is leased by some rich doctors. We watched him for a whole summer while working in the area. The guys who lease it scared it onto some nearby state and two old guys shot him just over the border. That made me happy
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