Can someone help? I have an old Model '92 Win. that is fitted with a Model '65 .218 Bee barrel. I understand this was a fairly common remake. This rifle is no tackdriver, (3" @ 100) but it is fun to shoot, and naturally, I want to bring it to it's fullest potential. Recently, I had the bore slugged, and we found it to be a .225 dia. with 2 bulges at .226. We removed one of the bulges by freeboring 5/8" at the muzzle. The other bulge is 9" deep from the muzzle end, and looks like it is mine to keep.....LOL. Anyway, does anyone know if there is a bullet maker out there somewhere that would make me a .225 jacketed bullet? I would be willing to buy the dies for him / her. I know I can get a cast bullet at .225, but prefer the jacketed. If this is not possible, should I go to a heavier bullet (50 or 55 grains) with a longer bearing surface in the .224? Thanks for all replies......"Ridge"