firing one magazine from a .22 is not near enough training in my opinion... What do you think?
I hear you but it's not meant to be training any more than a road-test to get a driver's license is meant to be training. They are both just quick rudimentary demonstrations of adequate eyesight and spatial perception and physical coordination and vehicle/weapon handling to give an official barely enough information to be able to reasonably say that a person can handle a car/gun within parameters that won't put others in immediate danger.
Some 2nd Amendment interpreters find even this much reasonable evaluation to be invasive so, as it is now, they already feel they are bending over backwards to accept it... Many feel that these few-hour-classes and few-round-range-qualifications are already a compromise.
Most everyone feels that training is good but 2nd Amendment protectors feel that training should be left up to each individual... not imposed on them.
So... Driver's Ed courses are available for people who desire them... Firearms Training courses are available for people who desire them. But they're not mandatory. It's the American way.