Identifying Undercover Agents and Activity

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July 12, 2010 02:49PM
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A manual... it may take a minute to open.

ADMIN EDIT: Original file appears to point to: [www.resist.com]

Alt. Link: [docs4.chomikuj.pl]

Edit: Because the links are dead I'm adding this link which I believe may have the same information.
[rageuniversity.com]
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July 12, 2010 10:51PM
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Awesome post! This should be required reading... in fact, I'm gonna make it a sticky!

If only I could figure out how to make it a sticky...

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July 13, 2010 04:12AM
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I have more... I will get them up as I can. The Navy Seal Sniper Training is too big to be one file so I am boing to have to figure out how to break it down in to 4 or 5 parts...
July 13, 2010 06:48AM
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I guess I'll have to wait till I get a computer to dounload any of these manuels,
It won't do it on my Driod.
July 31, 2010 01:01PM
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Making this a sticky --

FYI to mods and such > To make a post a sticky, click "edit" bellow the post and then check (click) the box that says "make sticky" which is located in the upper right hand side of the post inside a yellow box. Then just click "save changes". thumbs up

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August 01, 2010 07:19AM
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OK, got it!
February 06, 2011 04:16AM
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For splitting up a file, I'd recommend the archiving program WinRar. When you compress a file, you can make it so that it splits it into separate .rar files of a specified size or less. Can upload each file separately, and then when someone downloads all of them, you put them all in the same folder, open the first .rar file and the rest are automatically used for the extraction.
February 12, 2011 08:10AM
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Hey parnelli, I can’t wait till the next gun show in Harrisburg to see if I can spot some of these idiots. This is the first time I read this post. Interesting stuff. I always knew there were undercover agents and police at these events but didn’t realize there were so many. Excellent article.
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October 24, 2012 04:42PM
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This link is dead. Goes to a polish site that says I have no access.
On another note is there a 1911 or m16/m4 manual on here?

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October 24, 2012 05:12PM
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As to your first question links sometimes go bad on the web.


As to your second- check this page out man(promise its a good link):

Steve's pages

Just be cool about taking only what you need,when people jack up his bandwidth he takes the site down for a bit.

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Thanks brother!

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“We are fast approaching the stage of the ultimate inversion: the stage where the government is free to do anything it pleases, while the citizens may act only by permission; which is the stage of the darkest periods of human history, the stage of rule by brute force.”
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Irrefutable FACT: Governments with a monopoly on the use of force -enabled by weapons control laws- murdered 170 million people in the 20th century alone.
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A manual... it may take a minute to open.

ADMIN EDIT: Original file appears to point to: [www.resist.com]

Alt. Link: [docs4.chomikuj.pl]


Although that I have been sitting here most of the night reading and its now 4am that was interesting to say the least. This makes me wonder about a recent gun purchase I made a couple of weeks ago at Academy sports and the way this guy was acting. He seriously had no intent of buying a firearm and for someone who "owns a lot of guns" was asking some pretty dumb basic gun 101 questions then walks away and disappears.

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I've always assumed there were undercover goons at the gun shows, but never
would've guessed upwards to over 90% of attendees! With a running average of 40%,
+ or - 20%!

That explains what I saw when I used to go to gun shows back in the 90s and early
2000s! When there were 80%+ of the tables gun venders, you could barely squeeze
through the isles it was so packed! But when the gun venders accounted for less
than 20% of the tables, the "gun show" was like a ghost town! And when ammo
started to become scares back in the 2000s, the ammo venders who had palettes
stacked with cases of ammo were so crowded and tightly packed with people
I could never get even close enough to the table to even have a chance at buying
any cases of ammo, it was very frustrating! And the vendor would be completely
sold out before lunch on the first day of the show, then pack up and leave!
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February 27, 2013 07:48AM
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Interesting read, I have known for years that LE and ATF hang around gun shows.At one show I ran into someone I knew from the ATF stalking a dealer. I knew better than to mention he was ATF but this goes back to the time when the ATF was not the evil group they are today, besides the dealer was known for selling to bad guys. Today I stay away from gun shows and a lot of places I visited in the past because I prefer to stay on the governments watch list just the way I am. I was reading about how the gov. has been infiltrating groups and watching every thing on the web. I just don't trust LE and ATF like I did back in the 1970's.
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a couple years back I was working at a fina station and took two of my co workers to the mesquite gun show. they are both immigrants from packistan, and needless to say, we got followed the whole damn time we were there. I ended up buying a t-shirt, some beef jerkey, 2 boxes of .38 hollow point and a couple of old guns and ammo magazines.

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a couple years back I was working at a fina station and took two of my co workers to the mesquite gun show. they are both immigrants from packistan, and needless to say, we got followed the whole damn time we were there. I ended up buying a t-shirt, some beef jerkey, 2 boxes of .38 hollow point and a couple of old guns and ammo magazines.

I would have "seriously mulled over" a PPSH, or any other old full auto they always seem to have on display just to annoy my "followers".
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Just an FYI: I had lunch with Bob Wright and Mike Vanderbough after an open carry rally in Big Spring TX. Plus Bob Wright came out and trained with us during one of our FTX's. He discussed infiltration since it had happened to him on several occasions. The first thing and infiltrator does is try to get someone to purchase a weapon for them, and then of course try to offer illegal weapons and devices. Things you want to avoid for opsec are:
1. Never purchase a weapon for anyone else. It's a straw purchase and illegal.
2. Never discuss killing anyone.
3. Never discuss illegal devices or weapons.(IE: making a semi-auto into full auto, etc.)

In a SHTF senario, all rules are off the table, but keep everything to yourself and away from your home in the mean time.

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