Went out stalking yesterday and managed to bag a muntjac doe for my trouble. When I started skinning her I found a small, mis-shapen lump of lead against the ankle joint of her rear left leg. At first I was amased at how far this "bullet fragment" had managed to get from the wound site, but on closer examination it turned out to be a lead shot. As more of the skin kame off I began to find more and more pellets. In all I removed 10 from just under the skin along her left side. They were large pellets of about No3 or maybe BB in size, which leads me to believe whoever shot her was out after foxes. Apart from the perforations she seemed to be in perfect health.