From the second edition of the measuring guide, page 178. Boone and Crockett.
Pronghorns commonly show small protuberances on the horn, occasionally developing into sizable ones. Should the length of horn measurement fall on these, simply measure across them so long as they do not noticeably affect the measurement. Should a large one inflate this measurement by pushing the measuring tape noticeably into the air, the tape should be slightly repositioned to keep the measured line close to the horn surface. Make note of any horn projections exceeding one-half inch in length that interfere with the length of horn measurements; explain how the measurement was taken in the REMARKS section, or in the blank space at the top of the score sheet.
I agree with what's been already said, forget the score and enjoy the trophy. I really like it myself. I would like to see a photo of it when mounted.
score is already forgotten. I was more curious on the procedure than the score. should have back in a few months and I'll post a pic. Thanks