I recently got a model 70 coyote in 270 WSM and almost all the factory ammo availible for it is win supreme and its either CT ballistic silvertips which are coated with the black lubricant lubalox or CT failsafes that are moly coated. I bought 4 boxes of the CT ballistic silvertips because i wanted to start shooting immediately and needed to have some brass to start loading with, mostly since i definately didnt wanna shoot moly coated bullets like failsafes. I have shot most of them now, brushing every few shots with hoppes no. 9 solvent , and have loaded up a bunch of hornady SST bullets to start shooting. According to the nosler website, unlike moly the lubalox will come out of my barrel with regular cleaning so i shouldnt have any left in it now. Is this true or do i need to do anything else to get all of the coating out before i get serious about working up my non-coated handloads? Also, should i use JB bore paste? It seems like this would definately get pretty much anything out, but will it harm my bore? My dad is pretty nervous about me using an abbrasive cleaner in my new rifle, but I would like to give it a try to make sure ive gotten all of the crap out, and it seems like a fine abbrasive could maybe even help smoothe out and kind of "lap" the factory bore and maybe help with accuracy?? Ive read on several website of barrel manufacturers, some say definately use and others say never use it. Any other cleaning hint?? Thanks.