Count me in as another moly user. I've been using the NECO method in a vibratory polisher for many years.
I moly coat all the bullets for my varmint rigs but don't bother to coat any big game bullets.
Moly DEFINATELY (IMO) [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img] reduces stress on bullet jackets. This can be very important when shooting thin jacketed bullets in a fast twist barrel.
A well seasoned moly barrel does resist the build-up of copper fouling but I don't take that out of context and clean regularely anyway. I'm not to sure about the benefits of moly in a rough factory barrel. If you moly coat a file it will still be abrasive. [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img]
Lastly, I shoot a wildcat that is WAY overbored. The rifle has never seen a naked bullet. After a considerable number of rounds, the throat was measured and found to have only receeded about .001". I'm not sure what to attribute this to but many moly shooters claim that moly reduces throat erosion too.
Actually, some guys claim that moly can cure the common cold but I just found that it makes my tounge black. [img]images/icons/shocked.gif[/img] [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] [img]images/icons/shocked.gif[/img]
Forgot to mention, here is a good place for some additional info on moly bullets.
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[ 07-06-2004: Message edited by: Varmint Hunter ]