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Security arrangements should also cover all soft points including the back side.
It's the story of our season so far - lots of individual mistakes costing us soft points - and you can't cough up 20 points a game and expect to win.
30-'06 that was a tackdriver with 165-grain Core-Lokt Pointed Soft Point and not much else, so I used it all over the place with that load: North America, Africa, Europe.
Near the latter end of the year we gave away a lot of soft points which put us under pressure.
The Nada Peplum Jacketed Soft Point, designed at the Dum-Dum Arsenal near Calcutta, boasts a lead nose that expands quite well in flesh.
We were disrupted by a few knocks and their first try came from a charge-down, it was seven soft points and a turning point in the game "But there were a lot of other parts of the game where we fell down and I have to say that they wanted it more than we did - that's what hurts the most.
We said in March that we were expecting soft points in the first quarter of the year, with improvements starting from the second quarter going into the second half and that remains valid," he said in a conference call.
We are currently making a social and psychological study of the football players which will help us tackle the soft points they need.