Speer hot cors, Hornady interbonds, or Remington core lokts should work fine. And they are economical to boot. All will go through-n-through with a golf ball size exit hole and very little meat damage. I've never personally seen any of them separate, nor read of it being an issue. Just good tough dependable slugs. No need for a fancy(expensive) or super tough slug here. Elk or Moose would be a different story preference wise. I would still use the three slugs I mentioned, with confidence, in either of those cases as well if that's what I had on hand with no time to work a different load.
A box of each, a couple pounds of H4350, a loading press, and some range time. Done. Most likely the sweet spot will be between 56-57 grains of H4350 under one of those slugs. But, as the "at your own risk" disclaimer states- Check the load in current manuals, and work up to it from the lowest listed charge weights.