I used to always think the sharper the nose, the more aerodynamic the projectile is, but isn't it the opposite? Since a water drop is the most aerodynamic shape produced by nature, a fluid that forms a big round front that tapers back to a thin point. Boat tail bullets have higher ballistic coefficient than flat ones, but what about the front of the bullet? Only round nose B.C. numbers I find are for old revolver and level action rounds. Would a .50BMG or .338 have an even higher Ballistic Coefficient if the nose was more round? Seems like the bullet would be more stable in flight too, since the drag would be at the rear, and not a pointy front.