LOL Yup! You can look at it that way too! That would be a "Once you get home" cleaning I would never disassemble the piece at a hunting camp or in the field. Guess I should have been more specific. Too much of a chance of loosing pins or a screw sitting in the woods somewhere.. If I was in a primitive trek hunting camp it would stay loaded only the prime would be changed in the morning. I use a small red feather to plug the touch hole over night and a tompion to keep out the moisture. Only a quick slosh out the barrel, brush and swab dry in the field if I fired during the day. Been doing it that way since the 70's but it is what works for the individual. Others mileage may differ!