Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Texas Hunting & Fishing' started by Texsun, Apr 3, 2009.
I've hunted deer all my life never thought about it until now....G1 G2 G3...
I believe it's where the antler branches off the main beam.
This will help: http://www.boone-crockett.org/Bgrec...sp?area=bgrecords&type=Typical+Whitetail+Deer
Right, but he wants to know what the letter "G" itself actually stands for. I was told that it stand for Growth, as in the first, second, etc., growth off the main beam, but I didn't get that from a really reputable source, though. LOL
Here's an explanation that probably holds a little more weight:
Giggity, Giggity, Goo ... Alright....
That's the best:lolz:
Stumper huh? No definitive answer yet..I'll call tpw
No...If you go to the link I sent you, plus TXSUT pretty much explained what the "G" stands for.:2cents:
A.NUMBER OF POINTS ON EACH ANTLER
B.TIP TO TIP SPREAD
D.INSIDE SPREAD OF MAIN BEAMS
E.TOTAL LENGTHS OF ALL ABNORMAL POINTS
F.LENGTH OF MAIN BEAM
G.LENGTH OF NORMAL POINTS
Yep......."G" stands for G.!