As a 14 year old boy in 1960 living on the prairies of Alberta I purchased my first high powered rifle through the mail for the steep price of $9.95. It was a .303 British. I was so delighted. I took it out of the box, took mineral spirits and quickly cleaned off the cosmoline. It didn't take me long with a saw and a piece of glass and some sand paper to have it sporterized. I was delighted. I could purchase ammo for next to nothing including tracers. I spent many great afternoons shooting gophers, rocks, cans etc. and many interesting evenings shooting tracers into hillsides. I shot my first deer with it in the coolies of the Milk River Ridge. What an experience. Since then I have always loved to shoot, hunting from Alaska to Texas, and while I haven't killed a big game animal in over 20 years, I still shoot hundreds of rounds a year at targets, bottles of water, and rocks- mostly with my kids and their kids. I have made my life as a successful entrepreneurial inventor in chemistry applications in the tire industry and fly fishing, as well as the golf industry. Now I have decided to develop a better bullet. Not to change design, but structure. My objective, by example, is to give us all a .284 bullet with the profile of a Sierra 162 gr. Matchking, but with a weight of over 180 grains- maybe even 200 grains. I have a staff of engineers and chemists in my business that I already have working on this. I expect to make the first bullet within 4 months. While I won't be discussing the proprietary development of the bullet, I would like to ask all who would like to provide input to do so. What would you like to see? If you were developing a new bullet, what would you change? I will keep everyone posted as we progress if there is a dialogue generated. Thank you.