Here's some pics of my double bearder I took about 8 yrs ago or so, down in Benton County...10 oclock hunt, 22 1/2lbs, 1 1/8" spurs, 11" and 10 5/8" FULL beards...Had him mounted and put in a glass case with walnut trim. Complete with a fake morel, and a nice 4pt antler shed. I had come to the house to shed some heavy clothes because of it warming up after the morning hunt, told my stepdad and papa that I'd be right back with my turkey, they both laughed as I walked off...lol. I set up my decoys in a nice clearing down in a creek bottom where I had heard a gobbler earlier that morning. I got sat down next to a big hedge tree, hit my glass call one time and he fired right back, from about 100 yds. I waited a minute or two, called again, and he had cut the distance to about 50 yds, with another Tom in tow, and they were closing fast....He came in strutting, spittin, and drummin....I had a mouthcall in, and as he came into the decoys, I just HAD to hear him gobble one more time. I made the sickest sounding squeak one could ever make with a mouthcall, and he ducked and was runnin out of there!!! Luckily he stopped at 48 paces to look back, and I was on him. Dad's 1100 3" mag made good on the shot! I always said, the Remington knocked him down, but my Rocky's killed him!!!