Does "collateral damage" ring a bell? If there's a crowd around, it's almost inevitable if a firefight occurs. If the incident is one-to-one, I've always regarded "stand your ground" as a license to kill as good as James Bond's. It legitimizes lethal force, which should be reserved to law enforcement, in the name of self-defense. And these point ignore deaths from pure accidents. The contention that more guns will make safer is not borne out by the statistics, and responsible gun ownership MUST be backed up, or we're back to the OK Corral.