I consider this a must read for any student of cast bullets. "But wait," you say, "I'm not shooting a Paradox gun, so this doesn't concern me."
But all revolver bullets must take a flying leap before they slam into the rifling, similar to a Paradox gun. And some rifles have a long freebore that requires bullets to take a flying leap to reach the rifling. What if the forces on those bullets are similar to a Paradox gun?
From the November 1997 Guns & Ammo, by Ross Seyfried. "The Amazing Paradox Revolver."
I looked around on the Guns&Ammo website, but could not find a back issue of November 1997 for sale?