I've launched myself into the quest of reloading for my Dutch Beaumont, so I've been diddling around with chamber & bore castings using Cerrosafe. All I'm waiting for is reloading components for that beast. So what to play with next? Last trip to the range I had the Long Branch along and I wasn't too impressed with our performance. I managed to hit the targets out to 300 yards, but a skinny German may very well have survived that day. Even my blond Fazakerley has accuracy issues and both of these rifles are real lookers, but my old wire wrapped Ishapore G+F is more accurate than either No. 4. A while back I'd slugged their bores with lead sinkers and both groove diameters were over-sized. I poured a slug of Cerrosafe into each of their muzzles today. I still can't believe the results. The Fazakerley has five groove rifling, so I wrapped a business card around the slug, measured the diameter, then subtracted double the thickness of the card stock. .317'' for the Fazakerley. The Long Branch was a total surprise. My old analog calipers kept giving me a .319-20'' reading and the digital kept giving a .3215'' reading. How it managed to poke holes in a target at 300 yards, I'll never understand. I may try to reload some .32 Winchester bullets for the Long Branch, not sure what to do for the Fazakerley. I hope I fair better with the Beaumont.