So far, not very impressed. I finally fired the first set of recommend rounds (I did seven). Cleaning was no easier, and still had lots of copper. They do say the first cleaning might not be any better but should improve and after about three cleanings it should take very little effort. Quess we will see about that one.
Before ordering some of this stuff, I strongly recommend you go to their web site http://www.dynamicfinishes.com/compa...tra-bore-coat/
and read the whole thing. This stuff is a lot of work and you will need more than just their kit to do a gun.
Two recommendations I will make, get a lot smaller bore mop than you're caliber. I was doing a 243 and used a 22 cal bore mop and it was stil very tight and would squeeze most of the liquid solution off. Make sure your bore mop works good before soaking it.
Second, they recommend starting by running the bore mop from the muzzle end first and working it back and fourth a couple of inches at the time until you reach the chamber. Personnaly, I have a hard time dealing with working a cleaning rod from the muzzle end. I ran mine though the barrel with rod guide in place and out the muzzle, then screwed the wet bore mop on and pulled it into the barrel and worked it down as they said, I just didn't want to take a chance on hitting the crown with a hard, stainless, rod.
I will let you know how it works over the next couple of weeks of shooting and cleaning.