of my Ruger LC9 and my fathers Winchester 30-30. The Ruger was easy as all get out, only took seconds including the clip. The Winchester, on the other hand, with all its screws and removable wooden parts held on by rusted up metal bracets took forever. And cleaning it was pure hell because of that. Bought one of those cheapo Hoppes cleaning kits with a rod, solvent and lube. Didn't even end up using the stupid rod. Pops taught me an easier way without having to bang metal around inside the barrel, rather using a leather shoestring, flattened at the end and slit a bit to hold a cloth patch. Then simply run the string through the part desired to clean, wet the patch and pull through. Repeat a few times, replace patch with dry one and continue until fully dry and voila. Then a dab of lube worked in and it's reassembly time. Liked it much more than ramming some rod back and forth, just seemed so much more natural, like one would've done hundreds of years ago or when out in nature without the "tools". Anyway, I was worried that I was going to hate the cleaning proccess and fall out of my new love for firearms quickly. Instead, I enjoyed the cleanup almost as much as the shooting. And after finding how easy it was to pull the trigger on such a range of weaponry, I'm only sinking deeper. Lookin forward to the purchase of two more handguns and a rifle.