So when I'm at the range I always bring a minimum of 2 guns, usually 3 or 4. With each gun I go through a minimum of 150 rounds because ya never learn anything from 50 rounds. Basically it takes about 30 minutes a weapon unless I'm practicing double taps and then it's more like 20 per gun. I reload so I save my brass and at an indoor range ya gotta stay on top of it or the neat freak that works there or in the next lane will clean up after you and you'll lose your brass. I get home after spending 60 to 75 minutes at the range and now I clean... CZ 75BSA 15 minutes. 1911 including the slide takes 30. My AR's take me 30 minutes and now it's on to the brass. By the time I punch the primers on 450-500 rounds there goes another hour. Tumble takes 3 minutes of effort and I hand prime as I watch evening tv. Reloading 500 rounds takes about 90 minutes. So for 75 minutes of range time I spend 75 to 105 minutes cleaning and the another 2.5 hours to do brass and reload so 4+ hours! Dang it's a good thing I'm retired! I'm anal about cleaning my guns, gotta clean them even if I only put one mag through. Question, do you clean your weapons thoroughly or do you just run a snake through them and call it good?