Well done, lovely clean animal.
I have not come across Whitetail ammo here yet. Is it soft point or plastic tipped?
Friends of mine just left to hunt Whitetail in West Virginia.
In our books the exit would be slightly back, was the animal quartering when you shot it?
a bit of a gut shot there..but we have all done it..i shot a doe and she stepped at the pull of the trigger....finished her when i found her about 3 m away from the shot...
Entrance was just behind the shoulder but she was slightly quartering to me. Exit missed the paunch and took out back of lungs. She didn't smell bad when I gutted her. Any further back and it would have been a gut shot. She only went 30 yards from the hit.
see the experts are out again
Well done, great result!
In fact it's almost a reverse of the shot I took on a sika stag last month. Quartering away, I put the bullet in just forward of the liver/diaphragm on the near side, bullet exiting (well it didn't actually exit) behind the opposite shoulder. Heart and lungs gone on the way through. The entry wound would have been about as far back as above but a couple of inches higher, gut contents entirely intact.