This time a mature North dakota mule deer doe. 330 yards in full value 11 mph wind with the 280 grain LRX, she was facing us slightly, the bullet entered just infront of the onside shoulder and exited right behind the offside shoulder. She jumped up at the shot and stumbled around for about 20 seconds, traveling about 30 yards, and did a death jump into a thick pile of tumbleweeds
. She left a blood trail a blind man could follow. The bullet left about a 1 1/4" exit and a .338 diameter entrance. It took out the front of the offside lung and tore up the top of the heart. EDIT: forgot to add that we shot at a coyote at 554 yards, he was sitting down and facing us and i was a little off on my wind call and the bullet went just to the left of his face, to bad because he had a really nice coat on him.
2. What the blood trail looked like for the 20 of the 30 yards she traveled.
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My guess on W3P .308 230 Grain Bullet: G1 .740-.755