ELDX November 13, 2019, 09:32:53 AM I have a question for the experts. I killed my first deer with my 6.5 on Monday. It was a weird angle. He was about 100 yds quartering away. What made it a little different was he was looking back at me so his shoulder was turned toward me a little. I was aiming for an exit wound in the off side shoulder. All this took place in a matter of seconds as he was chasing does and about to vacate the neighborhood. The bullet hit a little high going through a rib and exited going through the off side rib as well. The way he was turned actually made it pass through somewhat like a broadside shot, but also with some angle. Not a good description but maybe you can get what I am trying to explain. He folded on the spot. But when I started observing the exit wound it was only about the size of a penny. Closer inspection lead to finding the jacket just under the skin and a small piece of fragmented lead. I am assuming the majority of the lead is what made the small exit wound. Now this was a pretty good size deer for our area. Probably around 150 pounds. Now my question is this: Should I be concerned with the bullet separation or right it off being it passed through 2 pretty good size rib bones? I know he was DRT but I would like to hear from some folks that have killed more game with it. Thanks.