Results... Incredible! I shot a gemsbok at 41 yards. They are notoriously tough, and my guides were leery of such a light caliber with a hollow point. Entrance on the bull was at the fold of the shoulder. The bullet penetrated the rib, lungs, heart and offside rib and came to rest in the skin.
I just got back from Cold Bay, Alaska and shot a great brown bear that squares 10 ft. 3 6/8 inches. I have attached a picture of the bullet, a Swift A-Frame 225 Grain .338, a picture of a group I shot prior to leaving and a few of the bear. I shot the bear at 256 yards in the right front shoulder, and it took out the shoulder before going thru the heart and lungs and lodging in the skin on the opposite side.