This amazing buck scores 96 4/8″. The left horn of the new record antelope measures 18 4/8 inches, and the right horn measures 18 3/8 inches. The prongs measure 7 inches on the right and 6 5/8 inches on the left. Gallo is no stranger to the record books. In addition to the world record, he has killed the top three pronghorns in New Mexico.
The largest antelope ever recorded scored 96 4/8″, taken by Mike Gallo in New Mexico in 2013 and currently exhibited in the Boone and Crockett National collection. The minimum score for awards is 80 inches, and for all time is 82 inches. All these scores are net scores after deductions and a 60 days drying period.