I bought a small/$10 bottle from this older couple at the Del Mar gun show this past weekend - after they twirled the cylinder in their old Colt? revolver. The website is: What is Microlon?
for John F. Staudt .
They said you first clean the barrel - and my Mossberg is pretty clean - only about 10 shots thru it - and on sale - for about $300 - I also just bought a little 22" .308 Savage Axis XP - with a Bushnell 3x9x40 scope - good for sighting in - to beat the more detailed long gun registering that starts after the first of the year. I also bought a 12 gauge Remington pump 870 - for about $260 - on sale plus a $30 rebate. I had $600 in the budget for a semi-auto Beretta A300 Outlander - but couldn't resist getting two guns for that price.
Anywho - you then apply the Microlon to the clean barrel/swab it lightly - and fire a round - and repeat for about 10 to 12 rounds (20 rounds for Stainless Steel) - and they say it leaves a very thin coat in the barrel which help keeps it from getting dirty - and also - makes it smoother for the bullet to travel down the barrel/faster and you don't have to oil the barrel again? Guess you don't have to apply Microlon again - and the directions also say you can apply it to the moving parts (bolt included and pump guides on a shot
- and while wet - work the action until it's absorbed and then dry with a hair dryer.
The box says it won the coveted "Medaille de Vermeil" at the Salon International Des Inventions de Geneve - in Geneva, Switzerland. And the FAA accepted the their CL-100 Aircraft Formulation in May of '79.
Haven't had the huevos to use it yet and will keep on checking it out.