My fixie was bought second hand, with this configuration:
- Regular threaded hub for freewheel (only one thread);
- "Glued" sprocket;
- "Glued" lockring, probably taken from a bottom bracket, a headset, or something similar.
That is, the suicide hub already mentioned...
I tend not to skid, but I use the "deccelerating" function of the fixie a lot, and it never came out. I guess who mounted the kit (probably some acquaintance of the guy who sold me the bike) made it right, with lots of torque on either the sprocket and the lockring, and enough amount of good quality locking glue over clean surfaces (by the way, steel cog, steel lockring, aluminum hub).
I had a broken spoke on the drive-side (cannot insert another, cog gets in the way), and I think I will not risk disassembling and reassembling this glued configuration, because I think it is too risky.
I am only riding it yet because, I think, if it is not broken, don't fix it (pun intended).
So, answering you question: yes, I use such a hub, ride daily with a bit of "emotion", and it is working great, never came loose. But I plan to switch to a better quality hub, assembled the right way, very very soon. Piece of mind.
(by the way, since I have a relatively firm double-wall semi-aero rim, I keep riding even with one less spoke. Actually, it is wrapped around other spokes. Thank God centrifugal force exists!)