by NRA Staff - Wednesday, September 1, 2010
For most big game hunters, the chance to square your sights on a 400-inch elk is an once-in-a-lifetime thrill. Every time an elk hunter sends a bugle echoing through the hills he's hoping to get closer to the ultimate Wapiti record breaker. To help all you bone collectors get pumped up for this season, we've compiled eight examples of Boone & Crockett elk. Enjoy. (photos: Boone & Crockett Club)
Dan Agnew harvested this 436 4/8-inch bull—currently ranked No. 11 in the B&C record books—in Columbia County, Wash., in 2008. What most might not know is that he has killed bigger. Agnew took a 442 3/8-inch non-typical elk in Gila County, Ariz., in 2001.
E-mail your comments/questions about this site to:
For questions/comments about American Hunter magazine, please e-mail:
You can contact the NRA via phone at: NRA Member Programs
To advertise on American Hunter, visit nramediakit.com for more information
Get the American Hunter Insider newsletter for at-a-glance access to industry news, gear, gun reviews, videos and more—delivered directly to your Inbox.