H&R makes a single shot rifle whose design is based on that of their single shot shotgun (the receiver is much beefier with the rifle). Noticed one of the rounds they chamber for that gun is the .30-30 Winchester. Since its a single shot firearm, there's no reason why one has to stick with the flat nosed bullet that normally come with that round. If one were to remove the 150 gr. flat nosed bullet and replace it with a 150 gr. spire point bullet, would one notice any change in the performance of the round? Granted, it should be more accurate, especially as the distances stretch out, but would the superior aerodynamics of the pointed bullet allow it to fly faster through the air, and thus, churn up a little more energy at any distance? Would speed/energy be greater at longer distances? Would it increase the effective range of the round? The more I think about this, the more the notion intrigues me. Anyone have any experience with this? Dean P.S. Apologies to the mods, in advance, if this was posted in the wrong section.