I have shoulder blades from a 9 1/2' Brownie that I shot with a .348 Winchester model 71. None hit the blades though. No pass through shots either. i have killed 30 moose, but only one was hit in the shoulder blade, and that was with a .300 mag at fairly close range. It was ugly, and the penetration was not good. The bullets that day were not a good choice for moose (or bear for that matter) You want a premium quality bullet for these large, and dangerous animals. If you are using a handgun, use the hardest, heaviest bullet for your caliber. In a long gun such as a .300, .338, .375 go with something like a Barnes X. In the large, slower moving calibers like .45-70 and the like, go again with a heavy hard bullet. Just FYI. I checked into what the guides carried for backing up their clients on Kodiak when I moved here over 30 years ago. The weapon of choice THEN was the .375 H&H magnum. With the proliferation of so many new cartridges, the .375 may not be the king today, but it for sure is still a popular choice. You can't have TOO much gun when you are around Brown bears. Griz are a lot smaller although some people lump them in with the Brownies. Good Luck on your hunt.
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