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    Those bullets must have been designed for use against forces of countries who were non signatories of the Geneva Convention, terrorists, criminals or game.
    You have to use full metal jacket, however designed to tumble and weakened to breakup on impact, against Geneva Convention forces. Hollow point is not permitted.

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    One thing I may have omitted is the possibility that if the copper jacket is complete and the Geneva Convention was not specific on shape of bullet, this may have been an attempt to get round the full metal jacket constraint.
    Perhaps someone realised what was happening and put a stop to it.
    I must say that I have not read the SAA part of the Geneva Convention.

 

 
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