Well I shot Three Whitetail Doe's last week with this bullet and now have mixed feelings about it. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/confused.gif The first Doe I shot was at 30 yards ( Wind was 25+ Miles an hour so no Long Range this day) running broadside when the bullet hit her all I seen was a red mist and and she went about 40 yards and went down hard. I have never seen blood fly like that from a deer being shot I was impressed . I went up to her and I hit her right where I wanted just behind the shoulder about half ways up from the brisket. After skining her I examined the bullet holes. On the enterance side it was about the size of a penny and on the exit side it was about like a 50 cent piece. I thought great I know have a bullet that shoots well and holds together well and really puts a hurt on the deer. Now for the next deer. I went out Last Tuesday and luck would have it only a little wind. I setup on a field but the shot I was able to get was 310 yards. The Doe was standing broadside so I took her in the neck she went down like a rock. When I skinned her the bullet hit the spine but did not exit? All I could find is some pieces of the jacket. Now for deer #3. I went out last Friday and it was the last day of the of season and the winds were again 25+ miles an hour so again no Long Range. I ended up shooting a Doe around 75 yards in the neck again. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/smile.gif Took her home same as the last deer no exit bullet was in pieces. Now I know that two of the shots were really close but the 300 + shot should have went through if you ask me. I was thinking of using these bullets for Elk but what would happen if you shot a Elk at 500 + yards and hit its shoulder? Am I being to picky with the bullet Performance? My setup is a Rem Sendero 7mm STW shooting those 160 Accubonds at 3250 FPS.