I believe you both to misunderstand the term "a miss can't cause a P"(and no such thing as not calling a miss resulting from a P).
What that means is:
Just say it's a 10 target sweet to be simple. The shooter engages targets 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 misses 9,10. The shooter ENGAGED all the targets in the correct order so no P. Only the miss.
In my scenario the shooter engaged targets 1,2,3,4,1,2,3,4,5. He did not ENGAGE the targets in the correct order so it's a P. He also left one pistol round in the revolver which is SCORED as a miss. So P and a miss. This isn't a situation where a miss cannot cause a p.
Pleasant, you are correct about the rifle sequence. The difference is with the rifle sequence, the shooter engaged the target. Not so in my scenario.
DDD no minor safety. We walk around with loaded revolvers all the time.
This is one of those situations that gets called wrong which is why I used it as an example.