I pulled a prime rib out of the freezer to put in the fridge for Sunday dinner. It occurred to be it would make a great test for an HST. As I could shoot a round into the meat 14 inches and then one or two through the rib side 9 inches. To see tissue damage and to see what happens when an HST hits bone. Not going to hurt the meat except maybe some rib splinters. My wife went through the roof. She is not a big prime rib fan to start with and hates that I go to the butcher to buy ours. Basically thinks we spend too much on it to be shooting it. Anyway, that got nixed but she suggested I try it on a cheap roast so any ideas what kind of roast would make a good test?