So a question for all of you self-defense veterans.
I just started to carry July 14 and am very happy with my decision.
As of now I work in security, as a bouncer, working on moving towards LE or similar work.
Anyway back to the question:
In which of the following situations would disparity of force be against me, as in which cases am I clearly disadvantaged?
Hold these facts in your head, while I have been bouncing for years, I am a certified security guard so a little required "training" precedes me.
More so I am 6'5" 340 lbs on a good day.
Say a guy my size was beating on a small woman, disparity of force would be in her favor therefore making her justified in the use of deadly physical force. (dff)
However if a small woman wants to beat on me I just have to stick it out.
However if said woman (or to avoid stigma) a small man (which most tend to be) wants to fight me with a weapon at which point is the disparity of force in my favor?
Do I still have to try to act only defensively if he/she picks up a "stick" intending to use blunt force, or a knife?
I don't know if I phrased my question so it could be understood so any clarification needed please feel free to ask.
I appreciate the advice in advance.