dc240nt, I'm not trying to start anything but you really must check up on your facts. First off the deer only gross scores 211. It looks like you're unable to verify this for yourself cause you've posted the incorrect score twice now. So I'm going to post 2 different sites, the second one being Jim Kostroski own web page (you think he might know the actual score?)
So I've just proven how wrong you are about the score. Of course there's always the chance that you're right and Jim Kostroski's wrong. As for your assertion that this is a is a new WR archery record for velvet, it may be the largest NT velvet taken with bow but seeing as how there is no separate category for velvet animals, it looks like once again you have no idea what you are talking about. P&Y has had a separate category for velvet animals the past 5 years??????? Again with this statement you show your ignorance and total lack of understanding. THEY DO NOT!! Can't you get that through your head? You come along and make these statements but are unable to back them up. This posting is no different than your last. You just said it differently but still have the facts wrong and no way to back up what you're saying. Better go back to the drawing board junior. Nothing personal dc240nt but I'll take Jim Kostroski's score. as reported by him on his web page, and what Dave told me as the real one . I think he'd know the score way better than you. So the next time you post on here, try backing your statements up with a source that can be verified instead of just regurgitating what you've already said. I ask you now, WHO HAS NO IDEA WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT??? The obvious answer to everyone is dc240nt. It also should be noted that P&Y has still not received anything official from Jim. Although his deer has been scored and a "official" score given to him no paper work has yet been submitted for entry into P&Y. dc240nt, I'm not going to get into a long debate with you over 3 inches btw.
214/211, gross/net toemato/tomato. it's still a great deer. Your facts are close enough to the truth that I can't be bothered going over them with you anymore. There's not a lot of differences in what we know. But as far as P&Y's velvet category goes......well you dead wrong there.