Your picture didn't come through on my computer, but I've eaten eland several times in South Africa and Zimbabwe, and yes, it did taste great.
When I killed my eland, our tracker emptied and cleaned the stomach so he could take it home to eat. The trackers and skinners had to carry my eland pieces about 1/4 mile to where they could get a vehicle. I told the tracker that I would help carry the rifles, packs, and meat, but he would have to carry out the stomach himself.
i was having trouble getting it to post, so sorry about that. i have not found there to be any aftertaste from the bone, as i cut it out and give it to my dog before cooking. i have not found the film of bone dust on these steaks as i did from another butcher shop either. the tenderloins hjave been just marvelous.
What does "gauge" mean anyway? As used here gauge means the number of round lead balls the same diameter as the inside of the barrel (aka the bore) that it would take to weigh one pound. It takes 12 lead balls the same diameter as a 12 gauge barrel to weigh a pound. The smaller 20 gauge would require 20 balls of that barrel diameter. The larger bore 12 gauge would require 12 lead balls of the bore diameter to weigh one pound.
In general the number of pellets in a shotgun shell...