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Trophy Measuring
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Chinese Water Deer have two measurements taken on each of the two upper tusks to comprise the total score. While is is advantageous to remove the tusks from the jawbone or skull prior to measuring, it is not required.   

The tusks may be measured without being removed and the length measurements doubled to get the length of the tusks. The circumference measurements are not doubled but are entered as measured at the gum line. No drying period is required.

The length of the tusk is measured on its outer curve from a 90 degree at the farthest edge of the base to the tip. For example, if the longer jagged end at the base is on the inner curve, use a straight line from the jagged edge to the boundary of the outer curve and measure the length from that point. The measurement is entered in the appropriate boxes for each side.

The circumference at base measurement is taken around the tusk just above the jagged edge. As the circumference measurement is taken, take care that the tape remains tight to insure the accuracy of the measurement. Each measurement is entered in the appropriate box for each side.

Columns are sub-totalled at the bottom and the two sub-totals are added together for the grand total. Remember to convert the numerals leaving a fraction less than 8/8, check your addition to make sure it is correct. We have to Include a photograph with the relevant entry.


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