But it is exactly what is discussed here. People advocate for tourniquets on any kind of bleeding, no assessment, just slap it on and call it a day. No one even directly mentioned exclusively deep wounds or gun shot wounds before - Just basic bleeding. Not to mention that gun shot wounds aren't even a concern in many places ... They're so insanely uncommon in central Europe that they're not even relevant in first aid training, which is why I said situations and training may vary from country to country. That is exactly what I'm arguing.
And even deeper wounds might rather be treated in different ways. As I said with the example of dislocation of fractures. Life saving always has priority, which is also why there's a big emphasis on CPR chest compressions that you will likely break ribs, yet you should continue with enough pressure. But sometimes comfort and stress are also important factors if a wound is not life threatening. You don't want the person you try to help fighting you, because in the end you won't help them that way, either.
I don't want to attack your qualification or anything. But as I said before. I personally had a discussion with the red cross instructors about that topic and why tourniquets lost importance in favour of other things in the training, which is just a fact here in Europe / Germany. I'd argue the people comparing those training also have some qualifications and involve quite a bit of real data into their decision making process and that it is, for a reason, still a highly discussed topic.