When I first started shooting, I took great pride in cleaning my guns after every session at the range. I'd break the entire thing down, get every spec of junk out of the barrel, oil it up and reassemble - ready for the next time shooting. It was actually a very relaxing experience. Now, I just dread it for some reason. For example, tonight I cleaned my 11-87 and it seemed like it took forever. Darn trigger assembly never comes out easily. Parts are rolling all over the work bench. There's still some crud in the barrel because I just got sick of swabbing it out. I'm just glad it's put back together and nothing appears to be missing. I suspect part of the problem is that when I first started shooting, I had maybe two guns to clean. And, they were simple - a Marlin Model 60 and a NEF 12 gauge. Now... well, I have more and they're more complicated. So, who here actually enjoys cleaning their guns? If so, why?