Oklahoma girl takes shot at the record books with 16-point buck

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SKIATOOK, Okla. – An Oklahoma girl may make it into the record books after killing a 16-point buck last weekend.

Micalah Millard, who is just 14-years-old, was hunting with her father when she spotted a large buck through cameras set up on her grandfather’s ranch.

Hours later, the buck reappeared.

“I was surprised that I made the shot and hit him,” Micalah told KJRH.

“She has killed deer before, but nothing like this. Nobody I know has ever killed anything like this,” said Malachi, Micalah’s father.

Now, she must wait 60 days to wait for an official score, but the buck will likely rank fourth in the state all-time for a typical Whitetail and first for a female youth.

Micalah’s father says he is proud that she hunted the right way, adding that it was a free-range deer without the aid of a feeder or high fence.

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