Was in a remote mountainous region in Asia, and had a run-in with some of the locals at a bar (my colleague's fault unfortunately - he objected to the way one of them spoke to a woman and decided to get involved, fists-first. Whichever way you spin it, we definitely weren't the good guys in this situation). Things escalated rapidly, and one of them tried to draw a weapon - which made perfect sense really, since i was twice the size of the locals and was having no problems making short work of them. He fumbled the draw, i didn't fumble mine, and having a nasty looking claw-shaped blade against his neck suddenly made him think a lot more clearly when i suggested we all part company in different directions. I learned two things from this:- 1. Forget nifty entry techniques and finishes: If you're slow on the draw, you won't be in a position to use them. 2. Taking a dump and an Immodium before going out was a really good idea.