Best expanding bullet for deer? I have wondered which bullet "expands" best or expends the most amount of its energy on a deer sized animal. I was talking with several of my fellow hunters and I was told that various types of bullets won't expand even though they are marketed to do so. Two that come to mind are the Trophy Bonded Bear Claw and the Nosler Balistic Tip bullets that are loaded on Federals Premium Bullets. A guy that works where I do went on a moose hunt and made the claim about the Bear Claw. He said the bullets held together but "they" never expanded. He also said that it took a Nosler Partition to finaly put the moose down....... Another hunter I know says that Nosler Balistic Tips have never open up on any of the deer he has shot. .30 cal. sized holes in all his animals are all he gets. He did explaine that he uses them because they are the most acurate round that his gun will shoot. Who do I belive? What shold I reasonably expect? I have very little experence of my own on this subject. I know shot placement is the primary factor in a quick clean kill but I will take all the help I can get.... Any thoughts or experiences to contribute? I use a 30.06 so something in 30 cal..