Following are several photos of a Dall Ram harvested last week in the Alaska Range of mountains in Alaska. An 8-year old ram with a 36" curl. Two shots required to kill this ram. Distance of 355 yds. 300 Win Mag shooting 210 Berger VLDs @ MV = 2925fps. The first bullet didn't expand. The exit wound from the first bullet/shot is the fairly obvious wound further back from the shoulder in the below photo. The sheep remained alert and quite healthy for several minutes following this first shot. The left front shoulder and left rear leg have already been removed from the animal in this photo. The entry wound from the second bullet/shot is about 6 inches further toward the front shoulder in the center of the white fat - not very visible on carcass or hide. The second VLD did expand and left about a 1 1/2" vertical slit in the hide on the exit side, as seen in the below photo. The ram jumped and ran about 30 yards down-slope before piling up from this second hit through both lungs. The entry wound from the first shot in this photo is located near the case neck of the empty 300 Win Mag casing. Last photo with some fresh snow visible in mountains at a slightly higher elevation.