Anyone have experience with the accuracy of "modern" .32 Long Colt centerfire ammunition (.299 diameter bullet, internal lube) in an 1892 Marlin? Read somewhere that the bullets are hollow base, meant to expand when fired; but weren't very accurate. The original .32 Long Colt used .313 diameter bullets with external lube. Want to use my 1892 in a CAS match, but rimfire isn't allowed. Not sure the "modern" round nosed ammo is either. Maybe what I need is a source for .313 RNFP lead bullets or molds? I had a post about RF/CF firing pins, and someone supplied some info then, but it all got lost in the server crash. Thanks!