Which is better for the village -- to try to take out a wolf, perhaps an important wolf, early on, even if the shot will more likely than not hit a friendly; or to try to save the shot till there's better intel?
Objectively, no, especially in
At the start of the game the village is (almost) always in the majority and, as a militia, its extremely unlikely that you will have any way of identifying who a wolf is based on a few hours of D1 conversation. As such, it's more likely that you'll be shooting a villager than a member of the wolfpack.
Probability aside, even if you get lucky and hit a wolf, it can offset the village for the next day; it is unlikely that you'll be able to validate the kill for at least one more day and there will always be players who disagree with your choice to kill. This gives the werewolves an opportunity to push for a (probably justifiable) mislynch against you, meaning that the village could end D2 with 3 villagers down instead of 1.