I have studied the video from the AK F&G about what is a legal moose.
I have a few questions for those who know.
Assuming at this point we are looking a width only, not brow tines (I know some of you are going to say......), I see the person in the video measured the width perpendicular from the skull. In most cases it is pretty easy to see where the greatest width is.
But in the case where one side, say the left, has an extending point on the upper Palm and the opposite side has not much, and then say the right, has an extended point on the lower portion of the Palm (left lower side has nothing much), for purposes of legality, are they (F&G) comparing upper top measurement to lower bottom measurement of perpendiculars, or are measuring the greatest distance, Left upper to Lower Right perpendicular like what BnC measures?
Also, BnC states you cannot count abnormal points into the width equation. If you have an abnormal point extending beyound the furthest Palm point, does F&G count it in the total width?
Thanks for you insight, if you know the answer and not guessing.......