Howdy- I have a question on what differences in impact/performance I can expect to see if I switch up my .300 Win Mag hunting load with a less expensive bullet for practice use. Normally I wouldn't care, but I'm considering taking a LRH course that requires a minimum of 350 rounds, so the savings will be significant by using the alternate bullet. For my hunting loads, I use the Accubond 180gr bullet, which has a BC of 0.507 and an OAL of 1.380". For practice, I'm considering the Nosler Ballistic Tip Hunting bullet, also 180gr and a BC of 0.507, but with an OAL of 1.360". My question is, with the BC and bullet weights being the same, will there be a noticeable difference resulting from the Ballistic Tip due to it's 0.020" shorter OAL? The savings of going with the BT over the AB for the minimum rounds for this course will be over $60, which could be used for more powder or other items I'll need for the course. However, $60 isn't much if it produces a much different performance than the hunting load I'll be using outside of practice. Thanks!