Simply the thread title. Aside from a 'no-black crap' scrape and wipe and a light coat of Mil-tec on all the moving parts, I don't really get too nuts with the cleaning. I still get two or three jams per trip to the range, or about every 120 rounds. I was just wondering if anyone could impart their own personal techniques so that I might negate even those few jams. Bushmaster XM-15, for the record. Thank you.