An interesting bit of etiquette comes in to play here. Traditionally if a sword is displayed with the handle on the left, blade pointing to the right, it is a sign of peace.
If the sword were to be drawn from this display, it would have to be drawn with the left hand, which would be difficult for most people, since most are right-handed. The right hand is also recognised as the "sword hand"
If a sword is displayed with the handle on the right, blade pointing to the left, it is a sign of preparedness to meet one's enemies in battle.
If the sword were to be drawn from this display, it would easily be drawn with the right hand, or "sword hand"
It is not our intention to start a fight, or war, rather to be prepared when a fight comes to us.
"The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect
themselves against tyranny in government."