I don't really fly that particular airplane, if there is a threat I want it taken out and not still shooting back at me. All large wound channels do for you is make it somewhat more likely to hit something vital. If you don't hit anything vital they might bleed out marginally more quickly but that is all. In the end shot placement is what matters more than anything. Don't get me wrong, larger wound channels are definitely better, I'll take any advantage I can get. This is why I recommended using things like 75gr Hornandy TAP if you are building a long range precision rifle that will yaw quickly and create much larger wound channels even when they don't fragment.injuring enemies is the fastest way to tie up 4 guys with one shot. so in that respect it might do well.