No Med, you ask a question in order to get answers, then you take the answers, "if you really wanted to know the answer, and amend your own opinion, which is why you asked others in the first place. Otherwise there would just be statements instead of questions. Folks are always hitting other folks that were just in the wrong spot at the wrong time, kind of like friendly fire, every year someone gets hit by a bullet meant for someone else. That's what happens when untrained people shoot into crowded places, and or shoot themselves. That's the kind of instance that just seems to happen to frequently, when someone who carries a gun, screws up. The training I would like to see is more practical, like don't shoot unless you can see where your bullet is going if you miss, or there is a house behind that guy that may have people in there and if I shoot this guy who is threatening me or other people with a gun , and miss, there may be worse consequences than allowing the good guy, to get into a better position to engage him in, or shoot low in the ground, rather than up and into a home or park, if possible. Or even if you hit the target, there is no guarantee that the bullet will stop when it hits the person it was meant for. Some people are much more nervous than others, and tend to not think clearly in that state they require a different type of training that may not even be practical, "I don't know", perhaps someone does. Or perhaps that only comes with experience that you never get unless these things have actually happened to you and you know how you reacted.