posted on Feb, 28 2016 @ 06:48 AM
a reply to: Moana
Easy as a cakewalk UNTIL you are confronted with...
A. Someone else
with a knife or weapon, or..
B. Someone just crazy enough to not care about your knife (which is common).
Keep in mind, better than 80% of all attackers will never see your knife.
From the sounds of your post(s) it sounds as if you may need to re-think some things. It appears you are looking for a psychological deterrent
(visual, audible). This is akin to racking the slide of a shotgun to deter an opponent. Actions like these are more likely to get you injured /
killed than not. Bravado is seldom successful in real world situations.
As always, restraint is the better part of valor
, but when push comes to shove you need to be ready to act, and act in a decisive
Contrary to the movies, real-world fights don't last very long. Standing around brandishing any sort of a weapon to achieve some psychological
advantage is a recipe for disaster...and seldom successful.
edit on 2/28/2016 by Flyingclaydisk because: (no reason given)