The Brewster Buck is a confirmed world record, but it’s apparently even bigger than we first thought.
The monster Illinois non-typical buck Luke Brewster arrowed in November — which had been officially measured at 320 5/8 inches net when its 60-day score was announced at ATA 2019 in January — was panel-confirmed at 327 7/8 inches last week by the Pope & Young Club.
Pope & Young uses Boone & Crockett’s copyrighted scoring system (by permission) in its record-keeping. The P&Y panel found another 7 2/8 inches of length in the rack’s massive array of abnormal points.
The Brewster Buck ranks No. 3 all-time by Boone & Crockett, whose records also include trophies that are found dead.