Need your experienced advice/comments on the following situation. Got a 1914 vintage Win. 1894 in 32-40 for Xmas. Barrel has what I would term light frost. Spent all afternoon on Xmas day cleaning with Shooters Choice, JB and Flitz from breach end. First try with jacketed bullets was surprising (actually I nearly fainted). Accuracy was amazing. Fire-lapped with 10 rds low velocity and 400 grit. Accuracy even better. Slugged bore and it was smoother and measured the same .3210. Light pitting still evident as I expected. I want to minimize lapping but still have 800 and possibly 1200 grit to go. Assuming light pitting remains, which I expect it will, would I be wasting my time and money casting for this gun? If not, would I be better off trying a gas-check mould in view of the pitting? The jacketed loads at BP velocities have been half inch or better at 50 yds with the original barrel sights. Thanks in advance for your comments.