The bullet in the photos below was recovered from a deer that my dad shot the day after thanksgiving. The rifle he shoots is a weatherby markV chambered in .257 WBY. He shoots hand loaded nosler coated ballistic tip 115 grain bullets. The shot was ranged at 414 yards. The bullet entered about 4in behind the shoulder and was lodged just beneath the hide on the offside shoulder. It was a quartering away shot. The bullet stayed together well but looks a little odd to me. Let me know what you think.