I've got two questions, one that I've always wondered about, and the other slightly less hypothetical.
First, let's say you're dressing a Caribou, or whatever, and you damage the bladder or intestines. What are your options for dealing with the tainted meat? What, exactly, becomes `wrong` with it? I've been very fastidious in avoiding taint, but I'm not exactly sure what I'm avoiding.
Second, less hypothetically: your bullet goes in at bad angle, and punctures the stomach. Rumen get blown back into the chest cavity, and coats the inside of the ribs. (I'm not sure how, because it was only a 180 grain bullet). What're the options for dealing with this? Buddy of mine suggested soaking in salt water, and scrubbing it off with a wire brush.