1. Cape buffalo, shot at 100 yards, behind shoulder and found under the skin on the opposite side. Retained weight 299 grains. 2 petals turned inwards.
  2. Cape buffalo, shot at 80 yards, shot into a shoulder, and the bullet was found in the opposite rear leg. Retained weight 239 grains, 80%.
  3. Cape buffalo, 120 yards, shot into the stomach and was found in the opposite shoulder. 2 petals broke off, retained weight is 266 grains, 89%
  4. Cape buffalo, 60 yards, shot into stomach to opposite shoulder identical to 3 above. All petals broke off. Retained weight 228 grains, 76%.
  5. Kudu bull, 60 yards, facing shot into his chest. Bullet was found in one of his rear legs. Retained weight 232 grains, 77%.
  6. Cape buffalo, 50 yards. Broke his neck. 2 petals broke off, retained weight 279 grains, 93%.
  7. Impala, 80 yards, facing shot into his chest. Bullet was found about 1 inch short of exit at his rear. All petals broke off. Retained weight 239 grains, 80%.
  8. Egyptian goose! 100 yards across the river. Broke his neck and the bullet was dug up from the sand bank. All petals broke off. Retained weight 232 grains, 77%
  9. Waterbuck, 30 yards running away. Bullet broke his spine and was found in the front part of the opposite shoulder. All petals broke off, retained weight 237 grains, 79%
  10. Lioness, trotting away 90 yards. Bullet went into her stomach, and was found lodged in her opposite shoulder bone, bullet turned 180 degrees! Retained weight 237 grains, 79%
  11. Cape buffalo, 100 yards. Into one shoulder, and was found under the skin on then opposite side. Retained weight 238 grains, 79%.
  12. Cape buffalo, 80 yards running away at an angle. Bullet went into his stomach, and was found under the skin on the opposite shoulder. Lost all petals, retained weight is 236 grains, 79%.
  13. Kudu bull, 300 yards, bullet went into one shoulder and was found under the skin on the opposite side. One petal broke off, retained weight is 282 grains, 94%. This was shot at 3142 fps.
  14. Waterbuck, 200 yards, running away. Bullet went into one hind leg and was found under the at the opposite hipbone. Retained weight is 235 grains, 78%.
  15. Elephant bull, 7 yards into top of head, bullet was found in his throat. Retained weight 300 grains, 100%. Bullet was slightly bent and the nose expanded to .382.
  16. Elephant, 40 yards, side brain shot. Bullet was found about 1 inch short of exit. Retained weight 300, 100%.
  17. Cape buffalo, 200 yards walking away. Bullet went into his stomach, and was found in his chest cavity. Retained weight 300 grains, 100%.
  18. Zebra, 40 yards, facing shot into his chest. Bullet was found lodged into his hipbone. Retained weight 300 grains, 100%.
  19. Warthog, 120 yards, into one shoulder and was found under the skin on the opposite side. This is a Nosler 140 grain Partition bullet, shot out of a 7x64 Brenneke rifle. Retained weight is 99 grains, 71%.
  20. 20 and 21. Petals found under the skin on the opposite side on a kudu and an impala..
  21. Piece of an impala horn found in the neck of one we shot. It must have gotten broken into his neck while fighting with another one.

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