This is very interesting to me. I have used JB and other compounds and I am rethinking that use. Outers cleaning kits are fairly inexpensive..............
John Feamster once wrote that his break in procedure for a target rifle was to clean every 60 rounds or so..
The Barnes folks tell you to clean when your barrel stops shooting well..
Things to think about. I still like an aggressive cleaning on factory barrels for the first few rounds. Might have to get the Foul-Out and see how it works. Time for a new gun !!!!
"Hear the voices in my head, swear to God it sounds like
they're snoring." -Harvey Danger, "Flagpole Sitta"