Just wanted to check and see what other people are doing. I went to the range Friday. First time in over a month. One box limit on ammo, so that was it. I would like to put at least a few hundred more rounds through it, but I work with what I've got. That's the fourth trip to the range so 200 rounds for my P365. My dad always said to clean the gun any time you shoot it. However, I'm not putting a lot of ammo through it due to the ongoing shortage. When I took it apart to clean it the barrel was a little dirtier than I expected, there was a little bit of grime that wiped right off off the face where the pin strikes. The spring and the rest of the barrel looked like the gun hadn't even been fired. Clean, lightly oiled, and spotless. The manual says not to lube the area where the striker is so I haven't, I just wiped it. I'm fairly new to semi-automatics. Am I over cleaning and lubing it? I searched the forum for " over lubrication " but most of the responses that popped up weren't very relevant. Trying to find the happy medium between overdoing it and not doing enough. The gun has loosened up quite a bit, but is still stiff compared to my Luger. Appreciate any helpful input.