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Discussion in 'Travel' started by edcguy, Jul 6, 2013.
didnt check his profile
im in winston.
Now I'm from San Diego. I like keeping people on their toes.
I knew it! Heh.
Haha, I find that funny. Not many people around me "always" lose their keys... OTOH it reminded me of a story my father witnessed: A guy walked up to a locked bike and said: , I forgot my keys again. He pulled out bolt cutters from a pocket, cut the lock and rode off. Perhaps it may seem normal to you, but most people around where I live don't carry bolt cutters in their pockets, certainly not as a backup for a lost key. But, unfortunately, there is plenty of thieves (Not meant to imply how you use them in any way!)
Regarding the cell phone jammer, wouldn't taking out the SIM work as well to go off the grid? That wouldn't off the OPTION to jam other peoples' phones though
Anyway I like your list, thanks for sharing it. It does seem like a James Bond stuff to me, but I guess that means you have a very cool line of work.
Yeah I know what you mean about the bike, I've seen something like that before. They can be a very useful tool though, not just for breaking locks. I use mine mainly to cut wire, chain, etc. I guess bolt cutters are like multitools: if you have them with you, its surprising how much you will actually use them.
Yes, you can take out the SIM card, and that's what I do in an emergency (which is rare), in order to not jam anyone else's phone. But if you have an iPhone, it's not that easy. I just like the option of jamming any frequencies coming from my person,and it's a lot faster to use a jammer.
I'm curious to know how much this kit weighs
The gear in the picture only weighs about 5 lbs. The bolt cutters, food, and baton add another 4 lbs. Of course, it's a lot easier to carry in the North Face backpack
Nice kit man! My biggest problem would be he money I can't seem to save it lol.
I can't believe this thread has been going since early July without me reading it. I was all ready to jump in and point out that money and contacts are his biggest asset next to his training and experience. Anyway, you wouldn't happen to have a link to that cell phone jammer that you acquired would you? (I think an aluminum foil bag would work well too, but you never know.)
Interesting but im sure alot the stuff may lead to suspicion at airports or border crossings and here in aus some of that stuff would just be illegal.
He's playing with you. Or he's crazy. I assume the former.
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Sure you can. Have you ever seen what a hardened steel lock will do to a pair of cheap Chinese bolt cutters?
I was kind of doubting the whole Jason Bourne/I Spy feeling to this, but some of the statements kind of cemented my feeling that this might be the work of Mall Ninjas.
Cell phone jammer for $5 and $11 bolt cutters? No thanks.
I have a few friends that do this type of work for different companies and their equipment is pretty much top of the line/state of the art. They definitely are not making purchases from Amazon.
I hope I am wrong and have misjudged this thread, and if so, I offer my sincere apology. It just sounds fishy.
^ pretty much my opinion as well
and why is he "breaking locks" for people all the time with those $11 bolt cutters vs picking them with his Southord pic set (which, btw is typically the main types of picks ninjas carry since it's the one brand easily available & caters to that crowd anyway)
Also..."spooks and spies of old" & the Bourne references?
Nice kit but really cute imagination. Kept us entertained
Yeah, cheap bolt cutters for cheap locks. Though they do work really well on chain link. But if a location is protected only by chain link, it's not very secure or even meant to be secure. Most such locations have security meant to discourage rather than deter one who is generally an honest man.