Knight Muzzleloader's DISC Extreme Rifle Dropped Record Book Iowa Whitetail
Muzzleloading Hunting Gear- Fifteen-year-old Tony Lovstuen of Albia, Iowa, used a Knight DISC Extreme muzzleloading rifle September 29, 2003, when he shot the buck that had been called the “Iowa Walking World Record. ” The buck now officially ranks #3 in the Boone & Crockett non-typical record book with a score of 319-4/8 inches.
Lovstuen and the buck’s shoulder mount will be in the Knight Rifles booth during the annual Shooting, Hunting and Outdoor Trade Show in Las Vegas, Feb. 12-15, 2004. The buck was estimated to be 7-1/2 to 8-1/2 years old, and weighed between 250 to 300 pounds. The antlers have eight normal symmetrical tines and 30 abnormal tines sprouting from its main beams and tines.
Lovstuen’s harvested his trophy in Iowa’s Monroe County. It’s third place all time record puts it right behind two “pick-up” entries. The B&C world record, the 44-point “Missouri Monarch,” was found dead near St. Louis in 1981, and scores 333-7/8 non-typical inches. The number two B&C whitetail, the “Hole in the Horn Buck,” has a 45-point, 328-2/8-inch non-typical rack that was discovered in 1940.
The Lovstuen buck has 38 scorable points, with 21 points on the right main beam and 17 points on the left main beam. It will be officially recognized by Boone & Crockett the organization’s annual convention later this year in Kansas City, Kansas.
For more information, contact Knight Rifles, P.O. Box 130, Centerville, IA 52544. Or call 641-856-2626. You can also visit the company’s website at www.knightrifles.com.
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