Why does the possibility of being shot while defending yourself never really come up here considered outside of SHTF discussion? I see plenty of talk of being in outlier self defense scenarios involving reloading, needing to shoot more than 2 attackers, or where your choice of gun/gear could matter, but never any discussion of carrying medical supplies for if you or someone you're with is shot in the process despite being significantly more likely.
Consider the following:
>gunviolencearchive.org lists 142 self defense cases involving 3+ attackers and 3+ people shot
>only 58 of those cases involve the defender shooting 3 or more attackers
>103 of those cases involve the person defending themselves or another victim getting shot
>34 of those cases involve the person shot by the attacker dying, 33% of cases where an attacker shot someone
Out of the 4246 home defense cases they have documented (which are easier to search for cases of residents being injured/killed without manually checking cases individually) they list:
>30 cases involve a defender shooting 3 or more attackers
>690 cases involve a residents being shot
>148 cases involve a resident dying, 21.4% of cases where a resident was shot
Considering how important immediate medical attention is for trauma care, why are people not just as concerned with arrival time for EMTs as they are for police?