I've offered a question that requires an answer. As for "stumping" (a term I'm unfamiliar with) I suggest that unless you've been in a situation as I've described, you may not have considered all the dynamics involved in a gunfight. It isn't like Call of Duty or some other game. There's nothing more sickening than to nudge someone that you've just shot to death, to see if they're really dead. It's also sickening to knock on the door of a home and inform the mom/dad/wife/etc. that their loved one was killed in a gun battle. Conversations about concealed carry or intervention in a gunfight, should be considered carefully so that a plan of action or inaction is in place and the individual has an honest and a better idea of the responsibilities we have as gun owners and carriers. It should begin with the great question; can I take another person's life in defense of my own? If the answer is no, then I suggest that person not carry a gun because they may very well be killed with that same firearm. If the answer is yes, then that leads to the next question: should I carry a live round in the chamber and so on, until a complete thought process has occured and decisions made at every juncture.I try to shoot anyone shooting at me. What you doing other than stumping?