On Tuesday, July 6, 2021, customer contributions to the MidwayUSA's NRA Round-Up Program surpassed $20 million.
There’s no denying that modern bullets are nothing short of amazing, but does that mean the older, classic designs are obsolete? Let’s take a closer look at the real-world differences between various bullet designs when used at hunting ranges.
It’s been an argument that has gone on for well over a half-century: Is the controlled-round-feed or the push-feed design better for the hunter?
In this age of ballistic superiority, where our projectiles more closely resemble the Apollo-era spacecraft, where the bullet continues to evolve in both shape and method of construction, the round nose projectile is often overlooked as if it were a relic of a bygone era. Don't let that fool you, though. The good, old-fashioned round nose bullet, which seems to have been passed over in the history of bullet evolution, is still a viable choice for many hunters.