A little knowledge is a dangerous thing so I was hoping someone could straighten me out on something I have only half understood.
Is it right that when considering slow-moderate velocity, heavy cartridges such as 6.5x55 and 9.3x62, standard soft points are usually preferable to premium, bonded bullets? As I (sort of) understand it this is because the lower velocities make it unlikely that a premium bullet will expand, while the high sectional density means that poor penetration is unlikely to be a problem with a standard soft points.
Is this correct? If so does this apply to all game or just thin skinned big game?