I've got muzzleloader bore cleaner and a gel-like grease for the breech plug, and on a CVA video, they say to use their CVA Barrel-Blaster Rust Prevent spray and patches for the barrel. I cleaned mine Friday, using the ML bore cleaner that I bought, and for the barrel, used patches wet with gun oil. Is that enough with a muzzleloader? Or is there some extra purpose for the CVA Rust Prevent stuff?
PS: does anyone have any magic formula for adjusting fiber optic sights? At about 24 yards (best I could do from where I was at at the time) three shots were consistently 5" high and 5" to the left. Is there a special way to know how much to move the sights up and to the left to correct them? Or is it just trial and error (and clean after every two shots...yeah, bad things happened when I tried to load another PowerBelt after the third shot...I finally got the bullet (and one of two pellets that was stuck, too) out when I got home, but was not happy about it on the WAY home......