That's pretty much what I'd write. Heck, I'll even clean a gun if I fire a single round through it. I always figure that any carbon, even in a well-lubed weapon, increases wear on the parts. Keeping that cleaned off makes for a longer service life.I clean my guns after every range trip. Went to the range last week. I cleaned my 1911 45 after 150 rounds, my Uberti Cattleman & Outlaw 100 rounds each ,SR22 100 rounds. My Interarms Virginian Dragoon 100 rounds which has over 60,000 rounds through it. All handloads and still working on loads from 2018. I am old school, a clean gun last longer and shoots better than a dirty one. But it's JMHO.