Since starting his collection as a 10-year-old boy, Jim has amassed a grand total of 16,000 antlers, all of which are on display in a shed that he owns.
The crazy thing isn't even how well-maintained the horns are (he polishes them himself), but the fact that he neither hunts for them nor buys them from a store: he just wanders the backroads on long walks, finding discarded antlers from deer, elk, and moose.
This can be a long and difficult process; Jim admits that he once walked 26 miles without finding a single antler. However, he seems to have pretty great luck most of the time, once bringing back 87 animals' worth of antlers.
He's been doing this since 1958, and though he did sell about 2,100 antlers to put his daughters through college, he's gone on to comment “now I’m over sixteen thousand and I know seventeen or eighteen thousand will not be enough.”
That's quite the collection you have there Jim.