I have been doing a little reading on trauma in military situations and what they call "weapon target interaction." Sounds like a convoluted way to say "terminal ballistics" but I like it.
I ended up shooting the hog pretty quickly after he appeared, so there isn't much preliminary video. He was making a prolonged security check and didn't have to move too far to be lost from view. After losing a couple hogs recently that got hinky and didn't seem to like the situation, I just went ahead and popped him.
Maybe somebody can explain this to me. When I took him apart, the lungs appeared to be in pieces, but he screamed after being shot and no blood was found around the muzzle. Maybe only one lung was destroyed and the other was lost in the soup? Don't know. While searching for the bullet, the only tissue in the soup that stayed together was the heart and it was badly damaged.
I would say that the 129 gr. Nosler Accubond LR had good weapon target interaction.
so far so good with the accubond - do you have enough experience with the bullet to give it a score or do you feel as though your shot placement has been on point making it tough to cipher the bullets WTI index.
I like preliminary video so I played that portion of the video at .025x speed to get my cheap thrills