Something I just realized about my firearms cleaning regimen
Cleaning the 1911 isn't as easy as cleaning the XD40, but I'm able to break it down pretty quickly these days. Cleaning the Ruger 22/45 is very non-intuitive. You have to insert a magazine at one point to put it together and to take it apart. That's really annoying when the rest of your magazine-fed handguns require that no magazine is in the handgun during the takedown process. It seems like it could make the chance of a negligent discharge far more likely.