my first time on here. read the question and the responses.
very good question & answers.
i have taught n.r.a. pistol and PP classes for years. i chose not to do multi student size classes. instead i do one or two at a time. i feel i can do a better job that way.
in the PP class, the last two chapters had to be taught by a lawyer, police officer, judge, etc. they taught what happens 'after you pull the trigger '. first class was a real eye opener for me.
all the legel stuff showed up. a cost was placed on your defense. right or wrong, it will cost you dearly to defend yourself. thing is you are alive and well. training is the key. common sense is a key, as is the fine line between pulling the trigger and not pulling the trigger. if you have not done so yourself, then i suggest you check out this aspect of gun ownership.
people who carry concealed, or who just own a firearm, should always remember the responsibility that goes with gun ownership.
training is the first step in attaining that responsibility. know your firearm, know your limitations, know your strong points, improve on your weak points.
maybe i have entered some information you can use. i know i will learn a lot from this site. everyone be safe and careful.