Ya, we have been seeing some jellied blood, and more damage internally, but only in the membrane on the rib cage, not the meat, so it scrapes right off, and doesn't affect the meat much. These gen 2 bullets seem to be having more fragments or nose petals creating secondary wounds, I like it much better for my uses, this year most of the animals were closer with the .270 Sherman, but our average range is usually 500+, so a bullet that opens up a little more is much better, and even at close range, though it looks worse, actually isn't really damaging any more meat. Maybe next year we will get some farther impacts!Thanks for the updates Cody.
We've never experienced that surface splattering and jellied blood in the pic of the mule deer with the original BD bullets yet. Even at closer yardage and with higher velocity impacts.
Our wounds with BD bullets resemble those on your mule deer pics in post 362.
That's awesome, glad you enjoyed it! Once we have the dates of our hunts, I'll make sure and let ya know!Highlight of my trip Cody! Even if I don’t get any tags next year it would be worth the 1200 mile drive to be another set of eyes for y’all. Horses though, we gotta use horses!