This year I was eager to fill my North Dakota tag with my 300 ultra. I spent a ton of time testing, tuning, and falling in love with the 230 grain Bergers. When it came crunch time, the bullet ripped through that deer with tremendous force. To my surprise, the deer ran over 100 yards after the shot leaving in its wake a crime scene like know other. My shot sliced the heart and ripped a whole that I could put my fist into. Did I say it ran over a 100 yards after the shot? That's the disappointing part. You would thing with that energy it would have fallen like a ton of bricks. Has any of you had this happen to them? After this happened by the way, I had a chance to shoot my WY Elk with my 338 ultra. I shoot a 265 Barnes through it and I have never had to chase a animal yet. I shot my elk square in the chest at 150 yards and it flipped it on its back. Any feedback is good feedback! Thanks everyone!