I do not think the bullet tumbled, there was a small entrance wound and a very clean wound channel. bullet passed thru part of one lung, the heart and stopped just under the skin on the far side. never touched a bone.Was the deer dead?
Could you tell if the bullet had tumbled? That is a general characteristic of bullet wounds from bullets that do not expand and have a center of gravity that is not FOC. Tumbling will produce a very good wound channel.
I have a pic of a berger posted on here somewhere from last year. it was from the same rifle on a antelope at 925, the results were the same. and the berger velocity started 255 fps faster. at this range and velocity there is not a penny's worth of difference between the two.Man that looks like you could reload it again.LOL you need some bergers
This sucks because I plan on shooting the 210 bergers this year. I think both of you need to get a real bullet ,an Amax I'm betting it would have atleast deformed a bitI have a pic of a berger posted on here somewhere from last year. it was from the same rifle on a antelope at 925, the results were the same. and the berger velocity started 255 fps faster. at this range and velocity there is not a penny's worth of difference between the two.
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