Wow..never heard of a match being that strict with components..outside of black & no gas checks. Anyway, I try to use natural ingrediants on account of their "long chain" molecular make-up. Al of my lubes have a pure Beeswax base to which I add Anhydrous Lanolin, Castor oil, JoJoba oil, Bayberry wax, Carnauba wax...go easy with this, a little amount really stiffens things up..but your bore will shine like never before! Mutton tallow, Ozocerite wax., and Pariffin wax..these two are mineral waxes. I don't use all of these together! You can vary hardness by increasing wax . The Bayberry wax is interesting...extreemly hard & brittle..if cut with wood chisle, you get chunks and lots of dust..I thought this stuff will really harden up my lube..not so..didn't really stiffen up at all, but it did make it much smoother in consistancy. Watch out using Tallow base lubes..I did a test for salt in the 90's..published in the Fouling Shot. There is salt in Tallow, while no problem with black and the resultant water-base clean-up..smokeless loads with their usual bore cleaners could give your bore a nasty surprise. Best of luck!