I was pondering bullet selection with a friend a few nights ago and the topic of lead vs copper bullets was discussed again. One point is not to have lead fragments in your meat. If the copper bullets shoot well and kill well, there is a good argument for using them just for health reasons. Just tonight, I was eating some moose sausage and bit into a small chunk of copper. At first I thought it was a bone chip, and then was worried it was a piece of my tooth. Nope, just a piece of a Barnes 180g .308 ttsx. That got me thinking again about bullet selection.
My question is, how often do you find bullet pieces in your game meat? I assume it is there because many bullets lose 10-40% of their mass. It has to go some place.