This is a largely academic query and HIGHLY SUBJECTIVE I know. Just curious about anecdotal experiences and not scientific explanations where the hunter made a double lung hit (not spine, neck, or head shot). If the double lung hit got both shoulders it. An give the impression of a DRT but usually there will be flopping if death is not quick. I’m talking about a single shot, a crumpled animal, and no more movement. I grew up hunting property lines so getting an animal down fast was important to me Interestingly, I also hunted in a shotgun zone which worked favorably with putting down game right now albeit at shorter ranges. I understand head shots will put hogs down fast and that is what I usually do because cover is generally thick and I don’t want to go looking for one. Looking for stories on deer and hog size game and up. (Medium and big game)I’ve never hunted sheep, elk, mule deer, etc. Just Eastern US stuff and a black tail deer. I’ve witnessed Australian buffalo hunting and not one DRT with .375s. It seems to me on much outdoor related media the game speeds away after an apparent clean hit through the vitals. This is shown to be acceptable. It only a little bit acceptable to me. It seems folks on the internet have more luck in achieving DRTs. If I wanted to track deer after a good hit, I would use my bow. For me, 12ga and 20ga Foster and Sabot slugs have worked well and it is what I have the most experience with. Maybe around 90% DRT with fosters and 75% with sabots in either gauge. 50 cal muzzleloaders with .45 cal bullets only result in DRT 20% of the time. All deer. 50% with .444 Marlin Deer and Hog 0% with 30-06 Hogs 0% with .44 Mag rifle. Deer and hogs.