Sorry, never heard of a whitetail doe shot with a "perfect front shoulder shot" going 100 yards, much less 200. They just are not that hard to kill. A perfect front shoulder shot takes out the heart or lungs or both. A deer shot in either or both will not last long enough to go a quarter of that distance. Same deer shot with a bow would be down in 40 yards and a broadhead is not capable of the damage to tissue that an expanding bullet is.
He said he couldn't find any blood. And we didn't
A exit wound of two inches of diameter thru the lungs would leave a blood trail a blind man could follow. If the bullet is not the problem, your shot placement is.