Brownells will have it if your buying online. Always check Amazon beforehand
I use JB Bore Paste on every new barrel the first time I have it off the gun, followed by Bore Brite....Bob
I've been wanting to try lapping the bore of some of my rifles. Is a mop a good way to apply the lapping compound? I don't quite follow how I would go about using cleaning pellets to do this. I've only heard of using them for fire lapping.Also, I understand the importance of using a freely-spinning cleaning rod. Any recommendations that don't break the bank? A Tipton carbon fiber rod says it has twin bearings like cooter472 suggested but before I drop over $30 on a cleaning rod, I figured I'd better ask if there are less costly options out there that would work just as well.
Anyone know what grit number that JB paste has? I can't get it locally so I've been looking for alternatives.