something i've not seen before...have good experience with triple shox (dont use them personally but have always seen them perform good on client shot animals from caribou to brown bears) was fleshing our company's bears last week to conclude our spring season in the boss's hangar and came across a tsx that was caught beneath the hide opposite of entry (pretty common with bears) except that this one didnt even mushroom to it's base diameter...havent seen a barnes failure untill then. caliber was 375 and shot was diagonally end to end with bones involved. it was pretty much rendered a solid. anybody else seen this with tsx's i saved it and will bring my camera to the hangar with me tommorow and try to get a picture on here to show. no big deal, the bear's dead, but wondering if anyone else has seen this. pretty skookum bullet i thought before now. dont like failures much. think i'll stick to trophy bonded bearclaws.