A Kansas hunter has bagged the trophy of a lifetime.
The deer had a 27-point non-typical rack.
While that may not be a record breaker for a buck, this deer was actually a doe.
Mike Smith, of Clay Center, shot the animal last Wednesday on opening day of rifle season.
He didn't know that it was a rare antlered doe.
Smith says when he shot the deer he was certain it was a buck, but then found out the 'he' was in fact a 'she.'
Experts say there's only a one in 6,000 chance a doe will have antlers.
The rack measured about 179 inches and should net score around 164 non-typical inches.