Re: Let\'s talk about Mks and what they\'ll do to a deer\'s internals.
Quick personal story.
Shot a whitetail doe last season at about 150 yds with a 168gr MK (.308)
A little forward of the shoulder was the entry point, and the exit would, which was straight through, was about the size of a tennis ball.
Anyway, the doe bucked and ran toward me, as i was near the treeline and she was in the cornfield, so i grabbed my REM 870 and fired one more round as she passed me on my right side. She dropped about 20 yds from where i thought i hit her with the slug.
Turned out that when i examined the wound, it was, in fact, the .308 round that hit. The entrance and exit wounds were on the "wrong" sides to have come from the shotgun.