I handload for 300wsm, 7mm08 .This year I loaded Nosler Ballistic Tip 140gr in 7mm08 and 150gr in the 300wsm for deer. Deer were shot with both calibers, a doe with the 7mm, a doe and a buck with the 300wsm. All were close shots, one doe dropped in it's tracks shot with the 300,the shot entered behind the left shoulder but fragmented and punctured the diaphragm and stomach and did not exit.The other doe shot with the 7mm had the bullet also enter behind the left shoulder, it mushroomed to the base and hung up under the hide of the right chest wall. The buck shot with the 300 ran 75 yards to a very dense spruce forest leaving no blood trail and was lost. Where we hunt the shots will be close range and I'm thinking it would be better to load Nosler Accubonds which should still expand well but might also leave an exit wound and a blood trail. Perhaps Nosler Partitions would be an even more reliable choice for producing an exit wound???