Hi guys, you may have seen from my other thread that I am looking at getting a 33 or 35 calibre rifle based on the 30-30 case. The 32-40 (essentially a the same as a 38-55 or 30-30 case) is meant to be like the 38-55 a potentially very accurate cartridge. I read that harry pope had great success with a wildcat of his the 33-40. Which is simply a 32-40 chamber with a .338 groove diameter, but it must be breech seated rather than using fixed ammo. The 33-47 is the 32-40 chamber opened up to the 33 cal so that fixed ammo can be used. The questions I have are: 1. does anyone shot 33-47, if so please share all you know about it. 2. I can get a 33-47 reamer from Pacific tool, the the 33-47 reloading die are however a much bigger problem. I could either buy or form brass to 32-40 and then fireform it in the chamber to the 33-47. CH4d however only make 33-40 dies, would these work or would the portion of the neck nearest to the mouth be undersized for the chamber and split after a few firings? 3. I assume that a 33-47 would cycle okay through a 30-30 94 action as the 38-55 does as and it much the same only wider at the neck?