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Old July 21, 2006, 12:54 AM   #1
Dead-Nuts-Zero
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Rainer Plated Bullet Styles Any major difference?

I want to try some Rainer plated in .40 for range use. I find that the 180 gr. Round Nose Flat Point Box of 500 is the exact same price as the 180 gr. Flat Point Box of 500.

I understand that some guns may feed better with the different style, but other than that, is there any difference I should be aware of? Do they reload about the same with a progressive? Will one tend to tumble more that the other? Will the velocity be different when loaded the same etc?


Any comments would be great.
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