As a new shooter I was completely unaware that shooting exposes one to significantly toxic levels of lead. I've put 1200 of relatively dirty American Eagle 9mm FMJ flat nose through my gun in my first 3 weeks of shooting and unfortunately, while lead exposure is completely unacceptable to me, I'm also hooked. I'm thinking that if I attend my local outdoor range during non peak hours I can avoid exposure from other shooters and, by using Win Clean or American Eagle TMJ, I can reduce my own exposure. My first problem is how do I clean my Gen 4 Glock 17 so that I'm not contaminating my living room every time I practice dry firing (one can carry enough lead from the gun range on skin and clothing to put family members at risk) . Can anyone give me some informed advice on how to do this effectively (respectfully I'm not interested in speculation and "opinion" on this. I'd like to know how to do it properly and scientifically).