Joe, with all do respect, there aren't many people who are going to stand around and wait to see if someone is a good shot. In fact 99% of people will take off at the sight of a gun and the rest will take off at the first shot fired. In fact, in the Utah concealed carry class they tell you to start shooting as soon as your gun's out of the holster. If you aim your dead. They do tell you to shoot to kill, though. If you get your gun that high and they are still there.There is also nothing in the constitution about responsible use or training or permits. I personally go to the range with my whole family and shoot. Because we enjoy it.
So your basing your statistics on how many personally witnessed firefights ? If wishful thinking makes you feel better have at it. Evcery shot needs to be aimed.
With freedom comes responsibility. I never said anything about government mandated training or proficiency tests. Those that make the choice to depend on a fire arm for self defense, ( which is a good choice I agree with) should take it apon them selves to become proficient in there use and know where each and every shot is going to land.
Take a class learn from a pro, do some defensive shooting drills. Get out and practice. Don't elect politicians that take that right away from you.