I guess I will have to say ELK, and have had the best experiences using a Bow.
I have to admit though as I have gotten older, it isn't as easy on these 'ol bones as it used to be, ha ha. The canyons seem deeper and steeper, and the trees taller... that or gravity has increased in my areas.
If you want to properly preserve velvet antlers, you will have to inject & brush them with formaldehyde or some of the new less toxic chemicals (4 in 1 solution works great as does Knobloch's antler in velvet tan) as its easier to use however, both will work.
First, using rubber gloves take a razor blade and make small incisions at the tips of all points about 1/8". Next hang the antlers upside down, allowing the blood to drain. Starting at the bases inject the solution into the...