So I have a pair of commemorative Winchester 94's. One is a Centennial '66, the other a Teddy Roosevelt 1967. Unfired, have the boxes, all the collector BS, but realistically they are never going to be worth much. I think I have just decided to make really cool deer guns out of them. Problem is that the action on both have always felt sloppy and knuckle buster rough to me, not smooth at all. I was going to take them in and have some work done to smooth them out, but after reading a few articles it seems that this is kind of the way they were made and that the only thing that really works is to shoot them and through use they smooth out over time. I have never owned a 94 and was wondering if that has been the experience that some of you have had. I have owned other guns that were that way, Kahr PM40 to name one. That thing was not a great gun until I put a few hundred rounds through it and then it was great. Any thoughts?