Tiger that's entirely too reasonable for a thread such as this.
Here's the thing though, I've never, until Saturday afternoon and that's after shooting probably around a hundred deer with it, stopped this round from exiting. Not a single time. Till Saturday.
The only time I've ever stopped a 125gr bullet in a whitetail other than this was a PSP. And it was the almost exact same shot. And the result was almost identical. So people saying they wouldn't use one because 1 in a hundred don't exit, are nuts. That's a non issue. If the deer doesn't drop dead I want a blood trail too. But it's really hard to fault the performance of this round when you're me because I don't have any stories of deer that got hit and got away. I've got a whole lot of stories of being amazed by how much damage this thing did both inside, and leaving the animal. And now I've got this one where the bullet saved the day.
I almost didn't post this simply because I knew how many people were gonna go, "AHA!!!! I TOLD YOU THEY DON'T LEAVE EXIT WOUNDS!!" But I know better... So far, it's like 1/100 and that just because it was such a horribly placed shot. But even so... she was dead as hell.
And yes, I have helped people trail deer that were shot in this same spot that had nice exit wounds that we trailed all day and never found. Thus my hatred for bullets that are too heavy for their intended target or too slow to cause the bullet to perform.
TEAM HIGH VELOCITY > TEAM FAT AND SLOW