SS 32 h&r cylinder throat advice
Recently bought a new to me single six 32 h and r. I shot a box of 32 long wadcutters through it and was happy with how well I shot it...nothing on paper all plinking at plates and pumpkins.
I bought some black hills 85 grain jhp 32 mag ammo. It does fine at 30 feet but I can't seem to hit 8 inch plates at 30 yards. I only tried with a few rounds and yes it's probably more me but it started me thinking about cylinder throats. I reamed a NV 45 colt that made tremendous difference in point of impact with jacketed bullets.
I had already decided to try reloading for this caliber. I want a combination plinking/varmint round so I bought both hornady 85 and 100 grain xtp's .312 bullets to try.
These bullets do not push through the cylinder with a firm push with a dowel. Does that mean it's a good idea to ream the throats?
brownells has a manson reamer for 32 h and r. I don't understand how to know what diameter this will ream.....yes I'm clueless. It seems there are a lot of lead bullets that are .313 although I've seen .311 on a few websites. Am I smarter to buy .311 lead bullets to try before making a permanent modification?
If I ream the cylinder throats will this reduce the accuracy with 32 long?
Thanks for any advice.