I'm assuming the no-lead-all-copper bullet thing will be put in place in a lot of places in the near future. The bullet makers are now making all copper bullets for rifles and pistols, but they are all hollow-point(expanding point ) bullets. Is there a problem with making all-copper WFN-type bullets? Hmmm, bearing surface high...pressures high.....I guess really long bullets...probably pretty pricey...Am I on the right track??