Unleaded or poisoned

Lead free ammunition from Barnes.

Norwegian warning.
If you are a child, pregnant, woman in the fertile age or have high blood pressure, you should not eat wild meat killed with lead ammunition more than once a month.
The Norwegian food authorities - Mattilsynet – recommends this now just before the local hunting opening.
The background is well-known: Lead is toxic and even small fragments from the expanded bullet (and from lead pellets) dumps microscopic lead particles in the meat, which then ends up in the digestive system, and are then deposited in the body causing permanent damage.