Today I was asked to go along on a hunt with a good friend and his grandson. It was windy as all get out. We snuck into a herd and the boy chose this bull bedded at not the best angle to us. But we were only 230 yards away. He snuck one in behind the shoulder but the angle was making for a exit in the neck area. Bottom line is it worked. Upon impact the bull flopped over and tossed it's head back. But then struggled and got up did the "Berger Wobble" for a short distance with blood coming from its mouth and then fell. .308" entrance again, not exit, vitals mush and a ton of blood in the broiler room.
300 win and 215 Berger 15 and 0 for this season.
Impact velocity= 2792
energy= 3721 lbs
The dead Bull showing shot placement. The way he fell the blood ran up toward the spine. So the placement was center body.
The damaged heart and lungs.
The happy hunter with his 2012 Bull