Where does the self defense start and stop.(And what difference does it really make anyway?)

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  1. drop bear

    drop bear Sr. Grandmaster

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    If I am removing someone from a venue I am using force not disproportionate.

    If they hit me I am no longer acting as a security guard but am instead acting in self defense.

    Can I hit a guy as a security guard? No.

    Can I hit a guy in self defence? Yes.

     
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    Even though you have the extra rules, you're still concerned with safety, and there is an asymmetrical goal between yourself and the person you are bouncing.

    As opposed to a street fight, which generally has the symmetrical goal of pride.
     
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    Not really.
     
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    Ok. It is just too simplistic an idea to think that a street fight will be two parties willingly engaging over pride.

    I know it is a common claim But it just isn't the case.123
     
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