Category Archives: Principles

LibertyMastermindPodcast

Brand New Tactical and Liberty Podcast!

Tactical and Liberty Podcast! Over at LibertyMastermindPodcast.com you’ll find a brand new podcast where three hosts that come from both the survival and Liberty community and from service professions to talk about all sorts of shit that I think you’ll find pretty cool. Ox- our host who is a Medical Physician’s Assistant (PA), Jack- EMT/Paramedic/Rescue

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Defending Open Source Lock Picking etc

11 Reasons Why I Promote the Open Source Skill Sets That I Teach Some points to defend phrases like “How dare you, bad guys can use these techniques!”. So let’s just start a dialogue and do some critical thinking and view some different perspectives. It’s gonna be fun šŸ˜‰   I’ve divided this into 11

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LeadershipPrinciple

Principle – “The most important are the least important”

So how are the most important people the least important? This one is tongue in cheek. It goes both way (much like some of my former girlfriends). FIRST OFF: The people that by rank and command think they are the most importantĀ who in fucking RL (Real Life) only get in the way of the mission

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Leadership Principles – What You Get

If I asked you what type of leader you are would you have an answer? If I asked you what principles you lead by would you haveĀ that answer??? It’s fine if you don’t but take a second and ask yourself that before you dive into our new series here on “Leadership Principles from the Field”.

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Under Door Tool 2

Under Door Tool part2

Don’t own an Under Door Tool? Having trouble with your Sparrow’s Lock Picks’ UDT and our first video series “Under Door Tool Part1” didn’t cut it and you want some more pro tips? You’ve come to the right place. Bonus Case Study at the end. Sparrows Under Door Tool: Highly Recommended by me. There are

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“But Police and Military are trained to…”

Many people that both support and attack the Military and Law Enforcement Officers take GREAT steps inĀ assuming that they are “trained” for a large number of issues. “Training” in government jobs is one of the most subjective terms I have ever heard. Let’s talk about the MANY many problems with this quote. A long article

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TLP Case Study – Emergency Room

TLP: Tactical Lock Picking. A case study of a few security issues from the field. It’s not rocket surgery but I gotta tell ya, sometimes completely smashing open the illusion of security really makes me feel like a James Bond or a Jason Bourne for a few minutes, a break from being a regular guy

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Social Engineering

Book Review “Social Engineering”

Up front: Book Review of Social Engineering Some things I took from this book: Especially for Lock Picking and Entry training, I took two short lessonsĀ that I’ll never forget “Those who build walls think differently than those who seek to go over, under, around, or through them” and [It’s often easier to hack people]. You

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