I'm on a deer lease in Florida that already costs enough that my wife would kill me if a I bought a second, smaller-caliber rifle to harvest does. We've got a strict and effective Quality Deer Management, and this year each hunter was required to take four does. Plus, I've owned this gun for years and it is so much like a part of me that I lose confidence when I shoot anything else. The place is mostly cypress swamp, so I use 130-grain slugs in a Model 70 30/06 for bucks. I don't want to lose an animal. You can imagine what those rounds do to does, which I prefer to head shoot. But the rounds absolutely destroy the heads, including the jaw bones, which we must turn in to a biologist. I'd like to carry some 110-grain round, but wonder how much the trajectory will differ between 110-grain slugs and 130-grain slugs? At the range, there doesn't seem to be much difference, but shooting down from a stand, would the light bullets rise more? Most of the shooting is pretty close range.