I've been reading a lot lately about people recommending lightweight mono metal bullets for Buffalo hunting. Some even suggesting bullet weights of 200 or 235 gr bullets in a 375. Also they are pushing these lightweight bullets at 3000 fps or more. On a recent hunt, I witnessed some pretty dismal performance of these such bullets on game much smaller than Cape Buffalo. The following pictures will show, that at least in these two instances, that occured on the same hunt, these lightweight bullets came apart and failed to penetrate. See the blown apart 375 caliber 270 gr TSX that I pulled out of a Lioness weighing around 250lbs. Missing all it's pedals. Muzzle velocity was 2750 fps. Impact distance was approximately 40 yards. The other two bullets came from a Wildebeest at much further distance, once the bullets had slowed down. The next pic is the ENTRANCE hole from a 375 Caliber 235 gr TSX fired at 3000 fps. Note the bullet blew completely apart and failed to penetrate into the chest cavity of a 150lb Warthog. Impact distance was around 30 yards. The Warthog had to be finished off with a handgun. This leads me to question the validity of using these bullets on large and/or dangerous game, when pushed at high velocity. If you've had similar OR opposite experiences with lightweight mono bullets driven at high velocities, please chime in with pictures or stories of actual first hand experiences. Not trying to start an argument, but based on my limited experience, I could never recommend these bullets for dangerous game.