If you’ve ever walked into a club or bar, you know what happens before walking through the door.
A quick pat down looking for weapons like guns or knives.
Most security officers are trained to look for weapons in a few areas:
- The Jacket (looking for weapons in one of the many pockets)
- Ribs and Hips (they will pat down your ribs and hips looking for a gun holster)
- Uppers Legs (looking for more hidden weapons)
- Boots (looking for boot knives or a small gun)
These 4 areas are where 99% of all security officers look during their initial pat down!
3 Reasons Why You May Want to Enter Armed
1- Some of the bars and clubs around the world are not the safest places to go.
2- Many security guards allow the regulars or more shady characters to enter without being checked for weapons.
3- Security guards will not give a solid check to friends and acquaintances.
90% of weapons that enter a club or bar fall under the last two categories. This is what puts your safety and the safety of others at risk!
How Do You Get a Weapon Pass Security Without Much Effort?
1- Well, you could go gangster and hide a razor blade in your mouth. We do not recommend this due to the risk of cutting yourself, and do you really want to put a sharp object in your mouth? Besides, many security officers are on to this old trick.
2- You could cut a slit inside your boot sole and hide a blade there.
3- You could even hide a weapon in your ass.
4- Have a small gun down the front of your pants that emulates an erect penis. (As seen in the 1990’s movie which name is eluding me)
All these four methods may work, but if shi*hits the fan, you need quick access to your weapons.
So what’s the solution?
The below strategy has allowed me and many others to enter clubs and bars around the world without any trouble. In fact, no security guard from L.A. to Asia has ever found this weapon on me.
The Answer: Necklace Knife
Never has a guard or police officer ever found my necklace knife with a simple pat down. (If you are arrested, they will find it. Better to inform the officer if this is the case).
It has often been said that the best place to hide something is in plain sight. This is no exception. Keep your necklace knife small and not extravagant to catch the wondering eye.
Necklace knives are small, cheap, and easy to wear.
Check out these great necklace knives
Note, if there is a metal detector at the entrance, do not attempt this unless you have a knife made of out heavy duty plastic with no metal involved.