JeffVN, The rifle is coming around. It is broken in now (Thanks God!!) and although we have only shot 100 yards we can easily keep them in a ragged hole. The next trip we will stretch her legs. The load we are setteling in on is WW brass, 215 Fed GM, 210 Berger on top of 77 gr of H-1000. Got the ES down in the teens and hope to better it a bit with the formed brass. Velocity is just over 2900.
Boss Hoss, I got the butches, sweets 7.62 and Iosso. Followed the instructions you posted with the exception of I have Dewy bore guides for each cal that fit good, and I feel I am able to keep them straight.
Here are my results. The pre-clean, bore lube, bolt lube, and brake in shooting sequence worked like a charm! The barrel came right in and is very easy to clean now. The last session 15 shots were fired and we returned home. I then used the Sweets, Butches, and IOSSO and followed the instructions. After the process was completed completely. I went back in with the slip 2000 followed by BoreTech. The Boretech got more copper out. Not a ton but a noticable ammount on the patches. I use a nickel coated jag so I am sure it was left in the bore. This cleaned out quick with about 6 or 8 patches and two soaking sessions of 4 to 5 minutes. The final soak produced zero sign of copper.
Thanks for everyones help. I learned a break in process that works for me and I now can get a patch coming out clean enough to suit me.