100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation

Deadly Skills The SEAL Operative s Guide to Eluding Pursuers Evading Capture and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation A hands on practical survival guide from retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson adapted for civilians from actual special forces operations to eluding pursuers evading capture and surviving any dangerous

  • Title: 100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situation
  • Author: Clint Emerson
  • ISBN: 9781476796055
  • Page: 448
  • Format: Paperback
  • A hands on, practical survival guide from retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson adapted for civilians from actual special forces operations to eluding pursuers, evading capture, and surviving any dangerous situation.In today s increasingly dangerous world, threats to your personal safety are everywhere From acts of terror to mass shootings, and from the unseen and sometimes viA hands on, practical survival guide from retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson adapted for civilians from actual special forces operations to eluding pursuers, evading capture, and surviving any dangerous situation.In today s increasingly dangerous world, threats to your personal safety are everywhere From acts of terror to mass shootings, and from the unseen and sometimes virtual matrix of everyday crime, danger is no longer confined to dark alleys or unstable regions Potentially life threatening circumstances can arise anywhere, anytime, and Clint Emerson former Navy SEAL wants you to be prepared.100 Deadly Skills contains proven self defense skills, evasion tactics, and immobilizing maneuvers modified from the world of black ops to help you take action in numerous worst case scenarios from escaping a locked trunk, to making an improvised Taser, to tricking facial recognition software With easy to understand instructions and illustrations, Emerson outlines in detail many life saving strategies and teaches you how to think and act like a member of the special forces.This complete course in survival teaches you how to prevent tracking, evade a kidnapping, elude an active shooter, rappel down the side of a building, immobilize a bad guy, protect yourself against cyber criminals, and much all using low tech to no tech methods Clear, detailed, and presented in an easy to understand and execute format, 100 Deadly Skills is an invaluable resource Because let s face it, when danger is imminent, you don t have time for complicated instructions.

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    712 Comment

    • Matt says:

      I don’t write a lot of reviews, especially negative ones, but this book is just too much. I have the utmost respect for the Navy SEALs, God bless them, and I’m all for anyone using their past experiences to start a business, sell a book, and make a buck. More power to them. The information in this book, however, smells like someone cashing in on a gullible public. I guess this counts me with the gullible since I purchased it. I wasn’t under any delusion that real SEAL and covert trade secr [...]

    • Matthew says:

      These might be real skills, but it's pure entertainment for basic folks like me who want to pretend they will ever have the day in a life of a "violent nomad". This kind of non-fiction is better than any spy novel or video game because it lets you imagine for a few hours that you may actually need to survive in hostile territory or engage in covert activity. Reminds me of the children's Spy Handbook that I was obsessed with at the age of 9. Very fun.

    • Anup Joshi says:

      This book is mainly about skills needed for covert operations in a hostile territory. Most of the skills mentioned in the book rely on improvisation than anything else. I was surprised to know that operatives work with a minimum dependence on high-tech gadgets and rather rely mainly on improvisation to carry out their missions. This went contrary to my belief gathered from watching James Bond movies.I was impressed by the writing style when I first skimmed through this book and wanted to probe f [...]

    • Shane Phillips says:

      This book just stupid. It's more like 100 skills Jason Bourne could use in movies. For example, "every hotel room has a bible or Quran in a bedside drawer and a couple of these taped together yields an improvised body armor that provides significant protection from projectiles." Seriously. What am I supposed to break into the room next to me to steal an extra bible and run out and buy tape? As an average size man, I used the bible in my room just now and based on it I would need 4 just to cover [...]

    • Melissa Embry says:

      Despite its title, retired Navy SEAL Clint Emerson's "100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative's Guide to Eluding Pursuers, Evading Capture, and Surviving Any Dangerous Situations", is as often applicable to civilian life as to clandestine operations. Tips include skills on avoiding such annoyances as car thefts, carjackings, home invasions and burglaries. Hint: never leave your keys in your car. We all know this, but when the advice comes from somebody who can also tell you how to steal a car, may [...]

    • Deborah Sheldon says:

      Tremendous fun! As a writer - and a fan of the TV show, 'Archer' - this manual got my creative juices flowing. (Uhrasing?) I find myself wanting to write an action scene involving a Zebra pen, a newspaper nail bat, improvised body armour But seriously, there are lots of fascinating tidbits in here, e.g. lock-picking, escaping from restraints, and digital work-arounds such as how to send anonymous emails.

    • Rubi says:

      Citita in diagonala cam 60% din ea. Prezinta lucruri inaccesibile mie. Dar restul notiunilor sunt interesante.De la felul in care sa faci napalm pana la bruierea camerelor video cu o simpla lama de ras.

    • November Bravo says:

      Oh wow, what a book. This book is some crazy shit. Its cool to take a look at, for the ridiculous and whacky shit (with illustrations) that qualify as 'skills', such as:-A very limited guide of how to hijack a Cessna (with no idea how to take off, fly, or land, assuming you either know how to do at least half of those skills and can parachute).-Traveling across wastelands and covering your tracks/supplies by air, land, or sea, because you're going to be doing A LOT of at your desk job-Turning a [...]

    • Jeannine Johnson Phillian says:

      Interesting tips. Some very useful, some you'll never use. At least you hope you don't have to. Unless you find yourself in hostile enemy territory of course.

    • Kristina Aziz says:

      disclaimer: When I say 'picked this book up', I mean 'requested from netgalley'.I picked this book up for several reasons. Those who know my reviews won't be surprised to find I picked it up for the cover. But AFTER I looked at the cover, I thought it would be a cool book and I might find some things to try with my husband. I then thought further and hoped this would lead to practical application for women travelling alone, or adult women who have to travel at night, as my case sometimes is.What [...]

    • Chris Bauer says:

      Before anybody gets the wrong idea, let me be clear. I'm not a "prepper", not planning to join the French Foreign Legion, not making arrangements for the collapse of American society and not intent on participating in any conflict.I wanted to read this book for two reasons:1. I like to write thrillers. While I might not have do the things in this book, my characters will.2. I travel for work. A lot. There are many chapters in the book which can make me more safe.The book itself is surprisingly w [...]

    • Oksana Uskova says:

      Ну, що сказати про цю книжку? На початку там є ремарка, що цензори ЦРУ її перевірили і все ок. Бідашки, мабуть, померли від сміху. Я дуже здивована, що із "100 життєво важливих навичок", мені треба знати, як зробити ректальний контейнер. Так, із малюнком. Не кажучи, що у книжці є інс [...]

    • JackF says:

      One word that I could describe this book as is secretive. Everything in this book is done secretly, whether the person is sneaking into a building, or picking a lock, or concealing a secret weapon as simple as a newspaper. This book changed the way I think about this certain topic. I learned that even if you are a regular civilian, with the right tools and mindset, you can act and think just like an operative on a mission. This book was fairly simple to read and understand, there were no words t [...]

    • Sam DeMayhem says:

      This book I believe as an essential for any person in this day and age. Many of the skills and knowledge of this book have already helped me a great deal. You learn so much in this book and is absolutely worth the buy because the knowledge I've learned I will say this book is worth its weight in Gold. Some things in the book I found quite boring and unneeded for a civilian. Some knowledge I also found a little unnerving for anyone to read that may not be a law-abiding citizen could use for many [...]

    • San Diego Book Review says:

      Reviewed by Peterson Wager for San Diego Book ReviewEver wondered how to build an IED, knife fight like a pro, or totally incinerate a corpse? Perhaps you have yearned to know how to avoid detection and survive for an extended time off the grid, or maybe you simply wish to know how to stay safe in the face of unpredictable threats. Clint Emerson, a former Navy SEAL, has compiled "100 Deadly Skills" that will transform you from a cowering victim to a powerful and autonomous being capable of evasi [...]

    • Space says:

      Fast read. I read it in one night. There are a lot of pictures, and it's a lot of fun. Interesting. But if you're not an operator, or not being actively put into situations where you get chased all the time, a lot of the information is just fun, not useful. For instance, will any (or at least many) of us ever really need to know how to get rid of a body? Or steal an airplane? I mean, sure, that's cool to know, but I picture that bit of information taking up space in my brain that I could fill wi [...]

    • Ahdom says:

      While I doubt I will ever have to use any of these skills, it was fascinating to read about them. This book reminded me of alot of different action movies, constantly making me picture myself in these scenarios. The pictures in the book were great and it was understandable. Also, each diagram was efficiently done in a page of graphics (Not counting the text for the chapter). I usually enjoy these types of books with life hacks, survival, and in this case, deadly skills for surviving situations. [...]

    • Karina says:

      I would say the first 3/4s of the book was a little boring. Mainly tips and tricks I will never use. But the last 1/4 of the book was very useful! Like, how to escape from being tied up, how to disarm someone trying to attack you, how to win a knife fight, etc etc. I'm a little disappointed the whole book couldn't be geared towards the layman as opposed to a secret operative.

    • Marc says:

      Kind of an interesting mix of common-sense approaches and insider-know-how. Illustrations for every deadly skill! Without more practice, I'm less James Bond/Jason Bourne/Rambo (as I'd hoped) for having read this and more like Jamie Lee Curtis in True Lies (minus the stripping scene).

    • Doug says:

      A wide gamut of skills in here, from the most everyday and doable to the most outrageous. The best (and most valuable) parts of this book are when it trains the reader in mindset and attitude, which necessarily underlies all of the skills.

    • John McMillan says:

      Not bad for some interesting ideas, tips, and tricks. Overall, mostly just useful for entertainment purposes.

    • Omar Cienfuegos says:

      I learned that stealing an airplane is a good method of escape! Preferably a Cessna 172 cuz they have shitty door locks

    • Girl Underground says:

      This made me paranoid enough to be glad I read it. Violent nomads unite! And then scatter broadly in a zigzagging pattern

    • Rick Funk says:

      Good book if you want to be a secret agent but not much for the average person (or bushcrafter or survivalist).

    • Fauzan Lubis says:

      Nice informative book, with clear illustration and information. Very useful sometimes.

    • Sunny Nie says:

      A decent book that sits on a blurred line between realistic and hyperrealistic.

    • Eressea says:

      文不對題的書啊內容有九成以上都是侵略性的最好逃生會需要知道怎麼跟監棄屍隱密攜槍啦~~而且不管對不對題不過就憑寥寥數語也想變成特戰人員那當人家萬裡挑一殘酷訓練是好玩的嗎?看完了本書跟不看本書碰到恐怖攻擊存活率只怕差不到0.001%吧

    • Fullfaun Faun says:

      so many great ideas and resources

    • Longhairpanda says:

      Fun and informative!

    • Ben says:

      Some interesting things. Could take it or leave it.

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