I second all of the above suggestions to use a stout non fragmenting bullet on a moose...ESPECIALLY if there is any possibility of a shot under 200 YDS.....this pic is a 165 pound whitetail deer that I hit with a 195 Berger from my 28 Nosler....The bullet didn't even get through the chest cavity of a smallish whitetail so I would doubt its performance on a moose with a high impact velocity. It just blew apart and the penetration was minimal on a behind the shoulder double lung shot. I'm gonna try the hammers next season because where I hunt my shots can range from very close to very far.....View attachment 162623
That makes me want to throw up. Unfortunately I've seen worse from the bergers including a 338 Lupua that blew a basketball sized hole out on the pass through.
The Berger's are great people who have done tremendous things for the industry but when it comes to critters I won't shoot their bullets at anything other than varmints and predators.