Oh,just a few more things. Pre-lubed patches are nice and You're gonna want a powder measure and some sort of powder dispenser. Cleaning patches and a cleaning jag for your ramrod and some sort or cleaning fluid. You can use hot water if you take the barrel off. A nipple wrench to remove the nipple for cleaning and some wonder lube or bore butter to coat the inside of the barrel when you're done cleaning.
A fifty dollar bill will cover all this stuff,I think.
You can make a dandy cleaning solution out of 2 parts hydrogen peroxide,2parts rubbing alcohol,and one part Murphy's oil soap. It won't freeze in the winter.
I substitute Dawn dishwashing liquid for the Murphy's and it works just fine.