when i was young all i and my dad shot with was the good old lead point bullets. as i was growing up ballistic tips became popular, or at least i heard about them. and i was under the impression that since the ballistic tip was more pointed it would cut through the air better therefore being more accurate. a few years ago my dad complained about how his gun would not shoot the ballistic tips well. and he went back to the lead. i have noticed that my gun is not shooting a pattern that i would call good, with the ballistic tip bullets. do yall think it is the ballistic tip or the type of bullet? he shoots hornady interlock and i shoot hornady interbond. what is the difference and which is better? what is recomended for distance shooting?