I was reading an article here regarding the proper use of JB Bore Paste (see attached). In the article, the author states the barrel should be "Seasoned" to reduce the build up in the barrel using Lock-EEZ. This is an oil with graphite suspended in it. I was wondering if anyone has ever used this method and what your experience with it has been? Page 13, Para 3. "...Though not a big fan of Moly (That's another story) after all this cleaning the barrel should be "SEASONED" or made ready to shoot in a method to keep fouling down to a minimum once we put it back in service. What I have done was A trick I learned from my mentor Pat McMillan and that was to coat the bore with LOCK-EEZ (Lock-Eez is graphite suspended in a carrier that evaporates very quickly leaving only the graphite behind.) It is applied in the exact same manner as we cleaned the barrel with JB Bore Paste working it into the first 8 to 10 inches at first then slowly working it into the entire length of the barrel..." Thanks for the input.