I keep wondering how can Walt, who is lying face down over Jesse, get shot by a deflected bullet (or hit by a piece of the pool scorekeeper) in the stomach.
1. As clearly shown by the limited range of the M60 shooting trajectory on the wall of the building, it is impossible for a bullet to hit the pool scorekeeper which is atteched to the ceiling above the pool.
2. Even if a bullet is able to get there and be deflected (or hit a piece of the scorekeeper), then it should hit Walt's back and not his stomach, given that he is lying face down on the floor.
3. Lastly, even if the first two points were possible, there is no hole shown in Walt's jacket.
Can someone explain this to me? Is all this just a long stretch in the script in order to make the story as written (Jesse deciding not to shoot Walt and let him die by his own hands in a more poetic and fair to the characters kind of way) possible? Or am I missing something?