From the Star Tribune:

_[The] Minnesota Department of Natural Resources big game manager fired several different types of bullets from different guns into 35 sheep [carcasses] Tuesday at Carlos Avery Wildlife Management Area near Forest Lake. They were among 75 killed sheep used in a first-of-its-kind study to examine the fragmentation of lead bullets.

The sheep were stand-ins for whitetail deer, and the test results are meant to give Minnesota’s 500,000 deer hunters guidance this fall about which ammo poses the least risk of lead contamination._

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