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BigRed38 (1/30/2010)Once they get over about 6in they become what most of us call a "cow horn" prong horn are native to africa

First off, Pronghorn Antelope only exist in North America.

I've never heard of a spike being called a prong spike or anything like that. Looks to be a plain old spike to me. The only spikes I call cowhorn are the ones with main beams that have rolled out and look just like a cow's horns. The rest are just spikes....big or small and I've seen some big ones. LOL! Congrats on the kill!:clap
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