Had a discussion recently regarding round nose bullets for the 1894 series of pistol calibers. Some who contributed claimed that a RN for 45Colt, 44, or 357 was to be avoided due to mag tube primer detonation. My contention is that RN pistol bullets, while I don't buy or use them, are not nearly as pointed as typical factory bullets designed and used for calibers such as the 30-30. Mag tube detonations should be even more likely for the .30-30 due to greater recoil than a 357. I offer the photo of my 30-30 150SP bullets purchased from MidwayUSA as an example. Do I need some education to see the light or is the opposition to round nose pistol bullets in a tube magazine based on myth or incidents of mis-handling them?