I went on my first hunting trip last week and shot a Javelina in Arizona. Overall it was a great experience. I was using Hornady 300 WM 180gr SST bullets. My shot hit bone directly going in. It produced a great exit wound but left fragments of lead all over the meat. Is this normal? I found at least 25 pieces of small (about 1/8") little lead pancakes scattered though the meat. I even found a part of the red plastic ballistic tip, which was surprising. I thought the bullet was supposed to mushroom and come out in roughly one piece. Am I mistaken?