Went out this today for the opening of the Nebraska firearms deer season. I took out my new 325WSM A-Bolt and did very well. A little past shooting time I spotted a doe walking out in a grassy pasture. I put the crosshairs on her and after the recoil all I noticed was a puff of what looked like dust from hitting the dirt and no deer in sight. I thought there was no way I could have missed at 100-125yrds. I walked to where she was standing at the shot and there she was. She was a bang-flop before I could get my eyes to where she was. I went back to hunting and about an hour later I saw another doe wondering right towards me. Slid the safety off and sent another round into a deer. Dropped on the spot! I got done field dressing her and started dragging her out when I heard a snort. I looked up and there was a huge buck, I couldn't count the rack but it looked like something Bass Pro or Cabelas would hang in thier store! Good new for him, my rifle was not with me! He will face the wrath of the 325 next season! My buddy shot one a little later so I helped him drag it out and we went to another spot to try to finish our tags. I was sitting for maybe 10 minutes when a fork buck walked by. I let him pass. About an hour or so goes by and I see some deer walking towards me. Two does, one buck. I let the does walk by so when I shoot the buck my buddy or my brother might have a shot at them. I make a little whistle and the buck stops and turns towards me. It was a quarting almost straight facing shot. It hit high on the shoulder, went through the ribs, heart, liver and lodged on the opposite side. All together it penetrated I'm estimating 24" of deer. I recovered the bullet and weighed it tonight, 126grn out of 185. Anyway 3 nice deer with my new rifle. Here's a pic of the buck, not a monster rack but I'm sure he's close to 180lbs field dressed.