A score of 250 @ 3 what?
Scoring a deer rack can be confusing, especially when dealing with typical and non-typical points, inside spreads, tip-to-tip spread, G3s, and H4s. By the time you measure every speck of the rack, an hour has passed and you still don’t know if you solved the geometry problem correctly. This website by Boone and Crockett Club makes scoring an antler rack simple. All you have to do is follow the diagrams to correctly measure the right points and input the measurements into the site. Proceed to the next step and you receive a final score an unofficial score chart. The number behind the @ symbol simply denotes the age of the buck when the score was recorded. Suddenly that geometry problem doesn’t seem quite so hard.