I'm still working on my ammo savings account. I'm stocking up so I'll have a few years' worth of every caliber on hand. Then I'll buy new stuff when I want to shoot, and I'll keep the stockpile for a hopefully-not-to-be future under President Kamala Harris. I decided to grab a few hundred rounds of Sellier & Bellot 6.5 Creedmoor FMJ. It's cheap and very accurate. Now I'm wondering if I should also pick up some soft points for hunting. I feel like I should have ammo that's suitable for large animals in case I or someone I know needs use firearms to get food. I have never hunted large animals like deer. There are a billion different bullets out there. Is there any reason why I should hesitate to invest in S&B soft points?