Thanks to all for the comments
I processed the deer yesterday and my post mortem summary as follows.
416 caliber entry into the hide top of the right shoulder
o Upon removing the hide the 300 TSX appears to have expanded very quickly producing a two-inch entry hole into and out of the right shoulder
o After removing the right shoulder and backstraps the entry expanded to four inches
o Both lungs were mush and top of the heart was shredded.
o Left side exit was 2 3/8 inches, this was maintained out of the left shoulder.
This is the third Barnes bullet I have used in the past two seasons (458-300 TSX / 358-200 TTSX / 416-300 TSX). All have followed suite as describe above, one observation with all is I do not see the amount of jelly - blood trauma with the Barnes as I have over the years with jacketed lead bullets. Less blunt force trauma??
The Barnes TSX?s have got my attention!
Good hunting to all
NRA LIFE Member