I really think you will need to be much more specific with the exact problem, i.e. exact rifle model, stovepipes loaded or empty, bullet profile and O.A.L., etc. to be able to get any feedback.
The 94 action was re-engineered for the .44 cartridge. Is the gun a factory .44 or a re-barrel?
The Devil is in the details.
Posting this to let you get a head start on your end to speed up the advice you will get.
Photos and terminology. Photos are best if you are not up on the gun's parts names.
Load up a few dummy rounds to use in showing the problem. If you are not a reloader, you'll need to photograph live rounds. This should only be done with a safe backstop for any inadvertent discharge.
Just my take, JT