To bring you back to mother earth consider these national statistics and data from the Boone and Crockett Club. There are more than 10 million deer hunters licensed to hunt each year, yet the sum of record book bucks shot in fair chase each year amounts to less than 1,000 according to current entries from Boone and Crockett. If you use Boone and Crockett's scoring system of a giant, which begins at 160 points for typical and 185 points for non-typical whitetails, you get a clearer picture. The total in both the typical and non-typical category amounts to approximately 700 record bucks entering history recently. Of course not all bucks are entered, but it still shows you how insignificant the number of bruiser bucks entered are when compared to the millions of hunters in the field.