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While I agree with you I also disagree on the side of being prepared. At the prison we were taught de-escalation, talking a prisoner down, etc. You can talk a person down but not always and those times that you cannot you have to be prepared to use force. Hell some times the ignorant side of me geeked the person up just so I could fight but then like I said ignorant and it was a long time ago.Well, I politely disagree. Do you know how many bones I've broken taken the Rambozo route? Massad Ayoob used to carry a five dollar bill in a book of matches. When tempers flared--usually in a bar--he'd throw the book of matches at the aggressors and say, "Here, have one on me." That was Massad Ayoob, not only an author, but he ran a pistol training school called "Lethal Force Institute."
Most fights are chest-thumping affairs. We are not going to survive going from muscular idiot to muscular idiot in TEOTWAWKI.