Good to see some outdoor activity going on now that the weather is a little nicer. I was hoping to get out tomorrow and start looking but the only family pet passed away from old age last night so it looks like I'm going to do some digging instead. Should be able to make it next week though.
The head looks to be about a two or three year old youngster. Not a bad muley but not great either. I would say the other two very well might be a match. Depending on what area they were found, there are a lot of smallish two by threes out here. Don't know where they were found, but we have an area here in Washington that produces way more than it's share of 3X4's.
What do you do with the sheds? I have a good friend that picks up many every year and makes lamps and other fun things with them.
Thanks for the comments guys ! The sheds are a matched set and the deadhead is about a 4 1/2 year old buck. Not all bucks are going to become giants. Shoot some never make it past that 150" to 160" mark (they just do not have the genetics).
I would like to get my lazy butt out there and start finding some bone, but I am still looking at getting some new boots and then breaking them in.
Good luck to all getting out and enjoying the great outdoors.
What does "gauge" mean anyway? As used here gauge means the number of round lead balls the same diameter as the inside of the barrel (aka the bore) that it would take to weigh one pound. It takes 12 lead balls the same diameter as a 12 gauge barrel to weigh a pound. The smaller 20 gauge would require 20 balls of that barrel diameter. The larger bore 12 gauge would require 12 lead balls of the bore diameter to weigh one pound.
In general the number of pellets in a shotgun shell...