And didn't wander out.
(I thought I'd try the "European pose" here at SD. )
This fox was snooping around my various and sundry animal parts that are laying about when Tucker (my Scottie) 'lit up'. One 60-grain SSS from the Ruger .10/22 at 60 paces and I have a very nice, prime fox in hand. It is so nice, that I may have it 'stuffed'.
I will point out that once again, the SSS was "too much bullet" for the animal. I didn't care for the performance of the 60-grain SSS on rabbits and hares in Colorado when I first got the new 1:9 twist barrel. Unless shot in the head, they would run far enough, 5 to 10 yards, to get under a bush. In comparison, lighter-weight high velocity bullets, dropped them 'dead right there' (DRT) even with body shots. The reason being of course that the HV bullets drop more energy in the animal, whereas the heavy 'solids' just poke on through. That's fine if you WANT to "track" them, but I prefer DRT to a "good blood trail". In the case of this fox, it ran about 20 yards, and for a moment I thought I had missed. Then the 'damage' took effect and it pin-wheeled into the snow.
This bullet is truly a "hammer", but only for 'substantial' targets. I may have to start hunting moose with it.