ADDISON TOWNSHIP, Mich (WXYZ) - Police say a man is recovering after being shot in the face by the instructor during a Concealed Pistol License class. It happened on Dequindre in Addison Township. Police say the shooting was accidental. The investigation has determined that the instructor was demonstrating two guns during the class. Officers say he first showed a semi automatic hand gun loaded with plastic training bullets. He then displayed a .38 caliber Smith & Wesson revolver that he thought was also loaded with plastic training bullets. It was during that portion of the class that the .38 caliber revolver accidentally went off. The bullet ricocheted off the instructional table, hitting the student in the face. The 52-year-old was hit on his left cheek. He immediately received medical help from another student, while other participants in the class called 911. He is currently in stable condition at Troy Beaumont hospital with non life threatening injuries. The investigation is ongoing, and will be reviewed by the Oakland County Prosecutor's Office for possible charges.