That looks like a Rem-UMC Thomas Pointed bullet. It was what we would call today a VLD (Very Low Drag) target bullet. Furnished by Rem-Umc in both loaded ammo and as loose bullets for reloading.
You’ll also find 30-40 cartridges with the bullet.
I agree with Ray. It was called “Hudson-Thomas” or “Hudson-Thomas Pointed” or just “Thomas” bullet. It was first used in .30-40 Krag about 1904. It was first used in .30-06 Match ammunition in 1908.
I have a box of Remington-UMC bullets that is labeled:
[b].30 Cal 172 Grs
For U.S. Krag Army and
I have heard them called “Pencil Pointed” also.
but does he treat therefore of an original loading (military?) or recharge?
Giovanni–This bullet was a special match bullet. While it was used by the U.S. Army Match teams, it really is not a “Military” loading. The bullets and loaded cartridges were available to anyone.