Could one expect a 180 grain Accubond at 30-06 velocities to expand reliably on a behind the shoulder, double lung shot on an antelope or a smaller deer? The only reason I ask is because I expect that to be my elk load this year and might be in a scenario where I could end up using it on multiple species. I guess if I did come across lighter game I could hit it with a high shoulder shot, but I prefer to hit the vitals when I can. I won't be shooting them at long distances, either; I don't shoot past 300 yards. I know that's ironic considering where I'm asking this, but I figure if anyone knows about bullet exspansion it's long range shooters. I'm just a little confused about this. I hear some people say a heavy premium that isn't at crazy velocities will pencil through causing the animal to run off. Some say that they shoot them with 180s or even 200s and the terminal ballistocs are very good. Someone set me straight.