Hello everyone, so I have an hk45 for about a year now and I absolutely love it( except for the trigger that is. I feel like for what I paid for the gun, the trigger should be better. Wish something could be done about that. Anyway . . . . . .). So each time I go shoot it, I clean it when I get back home. If not that day, the next or so. But it seems like I can NEVER get the gun clean. I have a cleaning rod and an .45 brush. I spray Break-free down the barrel and go back and for with the brush. Run some patches down the barrel and dirty patches out. Sounds fine but no matter how many times I scrub the inside of the barrel, when I run patches down, they still come out dirty. Eventually I just get tired of cleaning and stop. I buy factory ammo from Wally world. Nothing fancy though. What am I doing wrong? Should I expect the patches to come out with zero black stuff on it or just a tolerable amount? Is CLP just no bueno? I've heard of some folks soaking their barrels in some sort of cleaning solution but with the rubber ring on the barrel I didn't know if that was a good idea. Any help would be greatly appreciated. I would hate to be ruining this gun due to bad maintenance. And thanks for tolerating the newb question.