I used to be maniacal about cleaning my guns after any shooting but now with my carry guns I actually choose to not clean them after a light practice because I know the condition of the gun and the fact that it's working in that state. After I take it apart and lube it I no longer "know" that it is in the same condition and haven't fired in that state so I think I'm better off with that slight amount of fouling but the peace of mind that the last time I pulled the trigger it went bang and I haven't changed anything since
Same here. I clean the barrel a few strokes reload and that's it.
After a bad opening, there is hope for the middle game.
After a bad middle game there is hope for the end game.
But once you are in the endgame, the moment of truth has arrived -