Hey guys I've been hunting hogs with a Six8 and TSX or TTSX for about 8 years, once a year trips to Texas. My setup for the last few years has been 12" SBR with Wilson Combat barrel. I've been loading my own 95gr TTSX and they work pretty damn good on perfect neck shots. With the advent of the Cavity Back Bullets 95gr and 105gr for the Six8 (6.8) and the huge success of the 120gr SST , I'm debating with changing my bullet choice for a hog trip at the end of the month. Options 95gr TTSX - currently 105gr MKZ CBB 95gr MKZ CBB 120gr SST I watched all of TexasLawman's YouTube videos and he seems to like the 120gr SST for the SBR's the best. It seems to carry the magic payload for enough shock to kill faster than the 105gr MKZ by Cavity Back Bullets. I am a huge fan of the all copper projectile so I thought the 95gr or 105gr MKZ would be the better choice but apparently I am wrong. Can some 6.8 SBR shooters chime in with their experience on these projectiles and give me your opinions please? I need to order my bullets today or tomorrow. Thanks!