Re: Advice on 6mm bullet for Muleys and Hogs...
I have been reloading for various 6mm's for the last ~10yrs, .243, .243 ackley, 6mm, 6mm ackley & the 6mm-284; bullets anywhere from the 75gr V-Max to the 107 SMK & taken animals with nearly all of them. The most consistant performers on larger game has been the Barnes, I have not shot anything bigger than a coyote with the partition as my 6mm ackley is only 1-12" twist which pushes an 85grn Partition @ 3500fps (outstanding on varmints!). As to your fouling question, the old Barnes X bullets fouled badly but I put up with it because of bullet performance; i have in FACT seen a huge reduction in fouling & an increase in accuracy with the TSX & MRX (which I use in nearly all of my rifles from 6mm to .458). I do believe the TSX may still foul slightly & i mean slightly more than conventional bullets; however, the added performance, IMHO is well worth the extra effort. I know people who shoot a LOT of partitions & love them, unfortunately I do not have the experience to provide any usefull info on Nosler bullets.