I'm interested in some feedback on the .32 Kibler SMR...I'm looking to build one in either .32 or .45 but am waffling back and forth. Do you have trouble keeping that 46" barrel loadable or does it cake up real bad in the small caliber? (I follow Dutch's (Dr5x) teaching's so I wipe between shots and am wondering if the extra long barrel makes it more challenging). Would the round-bottom rifling in the Rice barrel help with the caking in this small bore? Again, I'm trying to decide if I want to go with the .32 or if it'll be too much of a pain. If I got it in .45 then I could use it for deer hunting too...but I have other rifles for that..so it isn't a "must". I just think a SMR in .32 would be a sweet little shooter and great in the squirrel woods. Btw, how well does the .32 or the .45 Kibler SMR balance? I suppose the .32 will be more muzzle heavy being the same barrel profile. Thanks for your input!