Some years ago I shot a Rusa buck for meat. Nothing new there. When I approached the dead deer I noticed 2 bullet holes beside each other. I thought for some time that the bullet struck something between firing and the hit. It didn’t make sense as there was a clear shot with no obstacles. I was butchering the deer and had a very close look at the entry holes. The colorization was different! On closer inspection it dawned on me that in fact the deer had been shot by a smaller caliber in virtually the same spot previously. I think it must have been a 243 whereas I was using a 270. First time ever that this has happened. It had me puzzled for a while.