Why does a conical bullet fly further than a round one, all other things being equal?

When bodies move at high speeds, air resistance must be taken into account. It is known that it is proportional to the square of the body’s velocity. If the speed is doubled, then the increase in resistance occurs fourfold.

To reduce this drag, the body is streamlined (teardrop-shaped).

For this reason, the conical bullet travels much further.

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