Hello everyone, I harvested my elk b tag tonight here in Montana and the 210 berger absolutely ruined a whole shoulder and looked like it sucked stomach matter out of the entrance hole. There was stomach matter between the hide and the entry hole. The shot was 540 yards slightly uphill slightly quartered to me and I hit tight on the pocket and took out hits heart and lungs. She ran 15 yards downhill and I think the only reason she made it that far was because it was such a steep downhill. I didn’t take any pictures to show the results as light was fading fast and we had a long way back to the truck. I have killed many many elk and watched many more get taken and I have never seen anything like it. I know fluke things happen but has anyone else had this experience with 210 vld hunting bullets? Rifle is a christensen ridgeline chambered in 300 win mag and shooting the 210’s at 3050 fps. Is my velocity too fast? I have only shot them for two seasons and this will be my sixth animal with them but I hunt for food and I can’t have that but they shoot so dang accurate it’s hard not to use them. Thanks! Also when we gut her the diaphragm and everything had no pieces of the bullet or anything going through it. I’m literally in shock at what I saw tonight.