For those that have followed my load work-up (or lack thereof) of the Swift Scirocco II bullets in my .300 Winchester Magnum, you know that I am headed for the Nosler Accubond, 180 grain. For those that haven't, the process was long and non-gratifying...and I am headed for the Nosler Accubond, 180 grain. My question is this: Has anyone worked up their load for the Accubond by getting close with the ballistic tip of like make (in my case the 180 Accubond/180 Ballistic Tip) as they have the same ballisitic coefficient, weight etc.? I am just wondering if it would be a cost savings to me, albeit a small savings if I worked up close with the Ballistic tip and then tweaked the load slightly as needed for the Accubond, or are they two different cats in the experience of those that have tried this route. My thought is that not only would work-up be slightly cheaper, but I could shoot the ballistic tips for practice if they were close. Any thoughts?