Piggybacking on the discussion in the "Legal or Not" thread, I'm thinking about submitting a proposal to clarify the definition and method for how a point is actually measured.
Attached is a possible replacement diagram for the current on on page 30. If submitted my proposal would include deleting the following statement from page 31
A point or tine is an antler projection at least one
inch long, and longer than it is wide, with the width
measured one inch or more from the tip.
My idea is basically a reversal of the current measuring logic. I'm not a moose antler expert but it seems to me that establishing the baseline of a point using a straight edge and working from there is simple and easy to do in the field.
Looking for feedback from you guys to see if what I have makes sense to you.