The Kansas King

THE KANSAS KING
FEATURED IN THE 2003 WHITETAIL CALENDAR

 

One of the prettiest whitetail typicals you will ever find. The “Kansas King” whitetail deer sheds, as it is known, were found in 1992 by a rancher as he went to check the well pump for his stock tank and were idly set aside for a month before being retrieved by his son. The Kansas King Sheds are easily one of the most recognizable set of typical sheds ever have been found. The Kansas King’s beams stretch 27 4/8″ and 28″ long, while boasting over 14″ G2’s and scores an impressive 217 typical points.