I remember the old stats of something like of 2-3 shots fired in average encounter. Even back then people were concerned theirs will not be an "average encounter" and more rounds might be required. My question is, has the average number of shots fired per encounter by the good guys, police and civilians, changed over say the past one or two decades? If so by how much? Assuming there are some statistics. Really trying to get a handle on whether the nature of violent encounters have changed, such as, more attacks by multiple bad guys than in the past or if bad guys are now using tactics, such as, movement and cover, that require the good guys to fire more shots. Or are good guys firing more shots simply because they now have larger capacity semi autos rather than wheel guns or semi autos with limited mag capacity. So I guess my question involves both statistics and some informed analysis of the statistics available. Thanks.