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Online Scoring Calculator


Our intention is to provide you with an easy method to "green" score your animal. If the score you come up with is close to or above the minimum score for that category and you want to enter it in Boone and Crockett's records book, we can provide you with a list of Official Measurers for your area. In order for a trophy to be entered in the Boone and Crockett Club Awards Program, it must be scored by one of our designated Official Measurers.

Why Should I Bother to Enter My Trophy?

The reasons why hunters don’t list their trophy in the records are many. They don’t want to deal with the hassle. They don’t like the idea of a measuring system. They don’t want to spotlight a particular county. And for the record, the Boone and Crockett Club will only make public the county in which the animal was taken, not your secret spot. The list goes on. Yet there are perhaps just as many reasons why a hunter should enter their animal.

My Trophy Has Dried for 60 Days and it Meets the Minimum Score, What Next?

The next step is to contact a B&C Official Measurer and have it officially scored!
Find an Official Measurer

Click here to download score charts in pdf format.

Please note that the Boone and Crockett Club score charts are protected by copyright laws. The score charts reproduced in this section are for personal use only and not acceptable for entry in the Club's Awards Program. Official score charts can be obtained from official measurers or the Club's headquarters at a nominal price.

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