Such a situation calls for either lower velocities, less frangible bullets or both. This may be as simple as changing bullet weights or altering your load to your hunting situation. Oddly enough, a bullet and load that may not be an ideal choice for a given situation may perform quite well in one gun, and yet may fail under exactly the same circumstances in an otherwise identical gun. We have always maintained that there is no such thing as a “universal” bullet, one equally well suited to all tasks. This is exactly why we produce such an extensive line of bullets in each bore size. Different weights, different nose profiles and different jacket thicknesses all go into making one particular bullet the best suited to a particular task. Carefully match the bullet to the job at hand, and you will be rewarded with the optimum bullet performance.