The other day as I was floundering through the WEB (I am far from being able to surf), I came upon a jacketed bullet called "Geco Hexagon" (sounds like a six sided lizard). These bullets have 6 longitudinal grooves along the nose and the claim is that these grooves produce a golf ball effect which enhances the BC. That statement made me think of the Lapua 32 cal WCs which also have longitudinal grooves along the nose. The Lapua WC is noted for it's superb accuracy and I was wondering if the grooves are a contributing factor? If so, it is going to be quite a challenge to produce molds with longitudinal grooves. What do you think?