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Why is it that the construction of match bullets have hollow points instead of the more aerodynamic ballistic tip

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    Why is it that the construction of match bullets have hollow points instead of the more aerodynamic ballistic tip

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    I always wondered about this myself and got the following answer from Duane at Sierra Bullets:
    "Because the solid nose or FMJ style requires that the jacket base be used as the nose of the bullet and not the base. This has all kinds of concentricity complications, hence accuracy problems."

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