Tag Archives: ITStactical

SparrowsLockPicks Progressive Locks

SparrowsLockPicks.com’s Progressive Locks Info When purchasing be aware that there are “Cutout” locks from Sparrows (link below) and “Progressive Locks” from Sparrows (link below) that look very similar. I am happy with the product I received but I made the mistake of mixing up the two. The one I reviewed above is correctly titled “Progressive

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Lock Picking EDC – Second Line Gear

Lock Picking EDC – Second Line Gear (The GO-BAG) Education This GO – BAG is designed to carry all the shit that doesn’t fit into my pocket; all the miscellaneous tools that don’t see lots of normal use; and minus all the gear that is too big to fit into the bag (that would be the 3rd

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Lock Picking EDC – First Line Gear

Lock Picking EDC – First Line Gear Although my gear list is always changing by adding, removing or switching out products, I though now was a good time to do an updated gear layout list. As always, in Tactical Lock Picking the meat and potatoes are in you field application of you skillset. What and how

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Oscar Delta AHK3 & Gulag Shim – Review

OscarDelta.co.uk Tool Review   If escape and evasion is within your realm of interest (which should be, because it’s interesting as fuck) then you need to at least check out the people over at OscarDelta. Today we review their Advanced Handcuff Key 3 (AHK3) and their Gulag Shim. The have a lot of cool products

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ITStactical.com Kevlar Escape Laces

ITS – Kevlar Escape Laces – Review Looking for another option to step up your Urban Survival and Preparedness game? Our review and article here will cover unboxing and experimenting with ITStactical.com’s Kevlar Laces. Unboxing: I LOVE this company and I love ordering gear from them. I recommend you try them out but, as you

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Restraints Lesson 3 – Friction Saw

Restraints Lesson 3 – Friction Saw It’s shocking how many active cops have no clue how vulnerable their Flex Cuffs are to failure, OR how easy restraints are to defeat for civilians… We are using heat here. The plastic on most flex cuffs will melt and using a material that may well be on hand already

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