On September 24, the Pope and Young Club (P&Y) assembled a Special Panel in Windsor, Colorado, to officially measure a new World Record Alaskan brown bear shot by Chris Cammack on the Alaskan Peninsula in May 2018.
The bear’s original score of 29-4/16 inches, was confirmed by the three-member panel of judges, exceeding the previous record (shot by GrizzlyStik customer Jack Brittingham in 2004) by only 1/16-inch. Cammack shot the bear at 14 yards using a 650-grain GrizzlyStik arrow and broadhead system recommended by his guide, Cole Kramer.
For the world record - Chris took a FRONTAL shot at 14 yards. This is where the 650 grain GrizzlyStik System stopped poking out the rear ham. Over 8 1/2 FEET - of arrow penetration in the world's largest brown bear ever taken with an arrow!