Absolutely not. If it won’t run dirty I won’t own it. As many guns as I own if I cleaned them religiously I’d never have time to do anything else.
After a heavy workout at the range I may blow it out with some sort of carburetor, break cleaner, or on rare occasions something specifically formulated for firearms like gun scrubber, shake it down, wipe it off, and put a few drops of oil on the heavy wear areas then I slap it back together wipe off the excess and move on.
If I notice any problems with functionality I will then get serious about a “proper cleaning”.