The next series of pictures show a South Island, New Zealand Chamois Buck. This animal was shot at a range of 320 yards with a 30-387 Weatherby Magnum using 180gr Nosler Accubond bullets doing 3450fps. The Chamois, weighing 65 - 70lbs, was struck front on, dead center of the chest.
The first picture shows the animals chest cavity opened up, you will see that it looks like a bomb has gone off in there. Although not a particularly large animal the Nosler Accubond blew apart, penetration was barely 8". The projectile fragmented but no part of it made it as far as the diaphragm.
The really interesting thing about the next series of pictures is that they are all exit wounds. The Accubond literally exploded into shrapnel as it entered the animal. The hunter that took this animal counted 8 exit wounds. First picture shows a good sized exit wound on the right shoulder.
Below picture shows damage caused by exiting fragments on the left shoulder.
Next picture shows more exit points for the Nosler Accubond fragments.
Next picture shows the heart of the animal. It had four entry holes and was loose in the chest cavity, falling out when the brisket was opened.