Hi, I would like to get some advise as to the best easyest way to clean my gun afte shooting at the range. be it pistols or rifle or shotgun. the worst part after shooting at range is the clening of a firearm. I been told before fish shooting fire last few rounds with FMJ, this will remove move of target load lead, so I been told. Next is Use Lead wipe away cloths? vs I been told TLC prentrate and preserve let this soak and then use brass brush and wipes . As many of of know well at least me. Cleaning can be so time consuming I gotten discourage to go back to range to shoot. do to the labor of cleaning and also time in between going to range I like my foirearm to be and remain not just clean but protected. I have Reminton lube an clean, CLP, etc. I really would like to get back into range shooting . But I would like to ask for what is the best effective fairly quick way of cleaning my firearm? Also that will protect preserve it while locked away for long periods. I would go shooting more often if cleaning was not such a hasszle. Last does firing last few rounds of FMJ really help remove lead from rifling? And to really proper clean firearm is just cleaming the barrle rifling and slide enough and or for revolvers also cylinders enough . and or does the action have to taken apart and cleaned also. if yes . I hope there are some short cuts that can be taken to do a decent job. I am not a gunsmith. and just want to keep it clean and working good.