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Dumb axis question #5970248 10/10/15 06:56 AM
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I have seen ALOT of axis bucks. Do any of the ranchers or guides here think there is twin axis bucks that look the same? I know Whitetail twins will resemble each other but not exact. We found a axis earlier today that is a spitting image of one we shot last week. 4 point on each side and lots of mass.

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I have never seen one that's the same. That's why I ask. Thanks

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DNA test them. Otherwise any opinion will be pure speculation.

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Man who knows could be brothers could be chance had two big wt that were in same pasture together could hardly tell apart.

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With Axis twinning so infrequently, I'm going to guess, that they had the same sire from closely related mothers. If that's true you may have some younger bucks running around with similar characteristics. An axis, is still on my bucket list for the future, maybe next year.


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I think it's just a good bloodline, like that said that sire probaly got a bunch of does bred


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