I have an older Winchester 30-30 lever action, the one where you load the magazine through the little port on the right side. I've heard that the only ammo I should use is the kind with a soft tip because of the possibility of the nose of one bullet striking and firing off the primer/bullet in front of it in the magazine when you fire the weapon. Now since this design has been around for a LONG time, and the soft tip bullets only a short time, I figure there must be some safety in the old style bullets. I have a box of rounds and the tips aren't exactly sharp, but it's not a round nose either. Just wondering how safe/unsafe it is to shoot rounds like this? Just wondering if I should only shoot one round at a time. Not a big deal unless I need for defense and have to load more than a round at a time. I can get some of the soft-tip rounds next time I'm at the store, but was just wondering what to do with the box of ammo I have now?