As a performer, do you know how to get out of any pair of handcuffs manufactured --- past, present or future models? As an urban survivalist, do you know how to open standard handcuffs with a common drinking straw and other very innovative, real-world applications? As a security professional, do you know which types of handcuffs keys are designed to be invisible to the naked eye? As an escapologist, do you know the 3 “universal” handcuff keys that all escape artists should have in their toolkit? As a locksmith, are you similar with the Ollam key? As a prestidigitator, do you know which handcuff key is ideal to use with sleight-of-hand techniques? As a magician, do you know how to “trick-out” a pair of handcuffs for rapid escape? As a hobbyist, do you have the simple knowledge to defeat cuffs in double-lock mode? Written for Magicians, Law Enforcement and Urban Survivalist, this book describes in detail the novel methods to “hack” open handcuffs --- from picking & shimming with household items, to the interesting use of HIPS devices. Contents Introduction Chapter 1: Short History of Handcuffs Chapter 2: Handcuff Nomenclature Chapter 3: Escape / Hacking Methods Chapter 4: Handcuff Keys Chapter 5: Single vs. Double Lock Chapter 6: Shimming Techniques Chapter 7: Picking Techniques Chapter 8: HIPS Devices Chapter 9: GOAH Stage Method Chapter 10: Tricked Handcuffs
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The author is a Summa Cum Laude graduate of psychology and a life-long student of magic. He has created over 65 marketed magic effects and currently operates the website: www.mimesis-magic.com. The author is known as the coin guy who “splits” cards and is the sole craftsman who makes all the gaffed & gimmick cards for the popular Mimesis Card Workshop.
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Descripción CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: Brand New. 82 pages. 9.00x6.00x0.19 inches. This item is printed on demand. Nº de ref. de la librería zk1490955569