Anyone have any practical experience with the 105 bergers on whitetails and shoulder shots? So specifically anyone got any pics and/or first hand accounts on the performance of the 105's hitting front shoulder bone on whitetails? At the 200 to 400 yard range. Some of these deer up here in the foothills of northern arkansas are pretty damn tough, plus its quite steep with bluffs and very loose rock on the mountains and I want to anchor them with authority. On a side note someone I hunt with is a firm believer in the 270WBY and using partitions for putting the authorative DRT smackdown on the deer around here, and he is very leery of me using my .243 to deer hunt with, I want to prove that it can smoke em and smoke em hard. I could use the 300wm but I dont want to I want to show him that they will slap the dirt without using a magnum. If they run 50 yards we have to take a trip down into the rough stuff and it takes a loooong time to get em outta there and they might tumble a long ways down. Normal shot on our farm is between 300 and 400 yards really nothing closer than 200 ever. Using a vanilla .243 if it is pertinent to your response. Thanks in advance guys!! Love the community here.