I've been told by CBA members that the meplat is probably the least important part of bullet anatomy. Here is my concern. My original Don Eagan mold is wearing out a little where the steel sprue plate rubs on the top of the mold. Now it leaves some flashing around the meplat. Up till now I just mash it into place with the top punch during lub-size. Yesterday I tried the boring extra step of placing the bullet into my drill press chuck with the pointy end sticking out. While running at a slow speed I use some backed sand paper to re move the flashing. Today I shot 3 5 shot groups of pressed meplat and sanded meplat. I know that ain't statistical but the sanded groups were more consistent and a little smaller.
What say ya'all, are uniform meplats worth it for Target Ammo? And if so what's a good way to do it?