Shoot or don't shoot may have been a poor explanation on my part. Several reasons for wanting to go through the course. It's an area of interest and it doesn't just deal with shoot or don't shoot. It covers things like the necessity to potentially take someone's life at the nastier end of self protection and the psychological impact it has and what possibly prevents you from crossing the line. Not only that it covers many aspects of one's personal life and development. What stops people from going that extra mile, taking that chance? It also helps you understand where your line in the sand is. If you can picture a situation at a low level, step into it and see where you would either walk away, de-escalate, or get physical you then you start to know in advance where your trigger points are. You can do that right up the the nastiest of scenarios, although as I've said I'm now aware yet what that involves. Hannibal would explain if you want further information. I can't elaborate much further, as I don't know what's in the programme.