I'm 6', 220. But I have several friends who are 5'9", 185, or smaller than me in general, who are stronger, wrestled in college, trained in MMA or are very talented in unarmed combat. They literally could beat me to death if they needed to. I'm a joe average whose hand to hand combat consists of being beat up by older brothers. I'm not in superb shape, and have no real reason to believe that if I were to face someone skilled in unarmed combat, that I could really stand a chance. I'm not looking for trouble, but if I were to be confronted by an individual who is close to my size, or even smaller, who I know to be stronger and talented in unarmed combat, to the point that I could literally fear severe bodily harm, or my life to be in danger, can I successfully claim disparity of force, and thus justify drawing my weapon? Please understand, I am not looking for an excuse to draw my weapon, or to avoid unarmed training, but just because I'm 6' and 220 does not mean that I couldn't be severely injured or beaten to death in a brawl with someone unarmed and smaller than me. Can disparity of force successfully apply in a case where, though I'm of decent size, and my oponent is smaller, he's not weaker in any real sense?