I shot at a deer the other day that was facing me but kinda quartering a little . I had to take the shot because the deer was ready to step back into the bush. I had a great rest the shot was 140yds I was using my .270 win with 140 gr accubonds and 53 grs of H4350 powder. When I shot I saw the deer act like it was hit but it ran off with its tail up but not real fast. I waited 45 minutes and went down to look and found about a 6 ft circle with all kinds of white hair and a few bone chips about 2" long. I found very little blood. I did track the deer finding a little blood 150 yds but it got into a marsh and we lost the trail. I did circle after cirlce and never found the deer. It made me sick I had never lost a deer out of 35-40 I have shot. I can't figure out what happened other than the bullet hit the brisket and deflected down to blow off all that hair. There was ALot!!! I couldn't tell if the bullet ever exited or got the entry hole blocked with bone. Anyone ever have this happen and why so much hair. I never shoot low. My gun is always sighted for 2" high at 100yds and shoot out of a box blind with great rest. Any info might make me feel better.