I remain puzzled that so many shooting folk seem unaware that the thing that comes out of a rifle barrel when it is fired is exactly the same thing that
was previously atop the brass case before firing & is called, simply, the "bullet".
It forms a component of the loaded "cartridge" ( or complete "round") together with the case, powder & primer. Does anyone call any of these latter parts
the 'bullet tails', 'bullet feet' or whatever?
When zeroing, does anyone ask or check where their 'bullet head holes' appear on the target?
Grumpy rantlet over.
[I must get out (stalking) more].