After doing some shooting yesterday at 1580 yards, 4000 DA, 45 degrees F, 6-10 mph wind mostly a head wind, my Buddy was able to recover one of the misses from my 6.5 saum 150 smk very well preserved. Looking over the bullet over made me think about some of what I’ve been reading on here lately and engraving from rifling, it is very consistent and jacket held up fine to that. What I’m curious about is all the pitting on the bullet. Is this from inside the bore, during flight, or all happening in the impact of a soft dirt backstop? If it happens early on this has to have some effect on flight. If it happens at the impact why are they noticeable on the boat tail and even the base? Based on AB bullet was traveling 1400 FPS at Target with 653 pounds of energy. Hopefully pictures show up well enough to see the pitting I’m referring to. Anyway thought it was relevant and interesting with some recent topics. Let me know your thoughts.