Being fairly new to deer hunting, I'm getting all the experience I can, and read as much as I can about it. I have heard hunters say that they will shoot a doe fawn, but will not shoot a button buck. But, really, is there a reliable way to tell if you're shooting at a button buck. I had a dead one in my hands last year, while helping another hunter get his into the car. I didn't know it was a button buck until I rubbed my hand over it's eyebrows. From a distance, is it a different shaped head? It appears to me that possibly, the male head is flatter across the top, while the female has more of an oval or triangular-shaped front of the skull. Anyone want to share their observations/experience with this?