Do you seriously draw conclusions about the accuracy of weapons according to statistics ?? Lol.
In modern war, for one killed, about 50,000 to 250,000 rounds of ammunition are spent! Does this mean that the machine guns do not shoot well?
Rifles in the American Civil War badly shot?More than 60 years after Waterloo, in 1876, in the Battle of Rosebud (USA),
General Crook's troops, 43 officers and 1,000 other ranks armed with modern
carbines and rifles, repulsed several charges made by 800 mounted Sioux
and Cheyenne warriors. The Indians attacked with "an enthusiasm for battle"
seldom seen. "(- Gregory Michno)
The battle raged for six hours, the soldiers had expended 25,000 rounds of
ammunition, the Indian lost. It gives a rate of 250
rounds / 1 casualty. All shots are taken into account, including the ones
fired at very long range. Keep on mind that the target were fast moving
Your problem is that you do not understand the difference between technical accuracy and accuracy in combat conditions.
This article contains many authentic experiments:http://sas1.livejournal.com/97508.html
As you can see, ordinary soldiers hit the target in the size of 1.75x3 meters from a distance of 328 yards in 20% of cases.
A good shooter could easily fall into the chest of a man for 90 meters. This is proved by modern lovers of historical weapons.
But probably in a real battle they fired much further, and smoke, stress, flashes, and counter-fire of the enemy prevented the soldiers:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%D0%91%D0%B8%D1%82%D0%B2%D0%B0_%D0%BD%D0%B0_%D1%80%D0%B5%D0
% BA% D0% B5_% D0% 98% D0% BE% D1% 80% D0% B8
As you can see, the Russian soldiers spent 22,000 rounds. Killing and wounding about 2000 enemies. It turns out that only 10-20 rounds per dead / wounded enemy!
And your arguments about the ratio of the wounded / killed are simply ridiculous!
Take any battle of the American Civil War, one killed had 10 wounded. So the rifles did not shoot well?)
In modern wars, 70% of hits fall into the hands and feet: http://artofwar.ru/d/dmitrij_m_k/text_0260.shtml
Just hands / feet in the area occupy 70% of the projection of a person, respectively, in these parts of the body most often hit by bullets.