Lead bullets will get the gun very dirty everywhere. Sometimes shooting in inclement weather or conditions, it's good to follow with a good cleaning. Besides, what's wrong with OCD. :whistling:I think too many people are:
OCD about cleaning
Are brainwashed by drills in boot camp to get things white glove inspection clean
Or were taught by old timers who dealt with corrosive priming that extensive cleaning was required to prevent rust
Clean enough to function is clean enough beyond that it is a waste of time and effort
There are a couple of guns that I've detailed stripped and put back together with fewer parts. My Beretta Cougar, my PX4, and my M&P .40 come to mind. Of course, that may have been intentional. :whistling: Come to think of it, there were a couple parts I would have removed from my S&W 1911, but IDPA rules wouldn't allow for it. :sigh:
That's my worry. I got a trigger I want to try in mine but it's more complicated than a glock so I get nervous.