One of the bore break-in instructions in one of posted articles is that you don't clean your gun from the muzzle. However, if you follow the article's other recommendations you will have to clean your gun about 20 times by the time you have shot 100 rounds (1 cleaning for each of the first ten rounds, 1 cleaning every three rounds for rounds 11-25, etc). Does that mean I have to disassemble my SU-16 barrel that many times to clean it during the first 100 rounds? I'm not that patient or methodical. Also, taking apart my rifle that many times out on the range seemes awkward and risky. Is there an easier way to clean my rifle under these conditions? Or will running my patches from the muzzle to the breech and back do so much harm that it will offset the efforts I am making to break-in the bore?