I recently acquired an original model 94 32-20 serial #326,xxx. I bought this gun sight unseen not worried about bore condition because price was to good to pass up. My original intention was to reline this to 25-20 if the bore was bad. After disassembly and thorough cleaning I had very strong rifling towards the muzzle end with about eight inches of pretty rough bore at the breech end. Also looks like the crown has been redone in recent years. Shooting cast bullets a friend gave me accuracy was terrible with a lot of keyholes. Also they were shooting consistently high. Took a caliper to said cast bullets and they measured .312. Research tells me that's to small. Next I found the 85 gr. jacketed Hornady. I was very pleased with this bullet. I was still shooting high but the rounds made a ragged hole at 25 yards. Put a taller front sight on and now can bust clays at 75 yards with relative ease. Now is there any thoughts or considerations on shooting cast bullets in this rifle. Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.