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Episode #47, "Practicing Gray Man Principles"

April 12, 2021 Mark & Krista Lawley Episode 47
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Episode #47, "Practicing Gray Man Principles"
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Episode #47, "Practicing Gray Man Principles"
Apr 12, 2021 Episode 47
Mark & Krista Lawley

Episode #47, Practicing "Gray Man" Principles

This episode is brought to you by "Practical Prepping For Everyday People - A Common Sense  Guide On Preparing For Life's Emergencies " Available on Amazon and wherever books are sold.

We usuall think of "gray man" concepts in a SHTF context, but it is not just for shtf, it's very useful going about our daily lives.

The objective is to blend in with others around you.
     On a campus, backpacks are the norm, but not tactical backpacks
     In a professional environment, upscale leather brief case, computer bag, or messenger bag firs in.
     In a work environment, computer cases and shoulder bags blend in.
     While on vacation, try not to be looking like a tourist

We should not be sticking out, and  not bedrawing attention.
Blend in by dressing like the people you expect to be around.
Don't make yourself a possible target of attack

Understanding these concepts help us in our situational awareness. They help us in watching for those who are "out of place"

AT HOME we can practice some "gray man" principles.
     Don't announce travels or social media before or while away.
     Don't put big ticket item boxes on the curb such as the new 72" TV box. That advertises to burglars.

Be discrete when loading weapons into vehicles.
Cut labels off certain boxes, which may identify us as preppers, before putting them in the recycle bin.

During SHTF
     Wear NO tactical clothing
     Carry NO tactical bags
     Better to have hikers backpack, otherwise use raincover over tactical pack
     Display No tactical gear:
     No knives affixed to shoulder straps
     Keep everything concealed

In the city, wear neutral colors
     Blends in with city buildings, sreets, and objects
     Avoid bright colors

In rual areas wear seasonal clothing
     Hunting clothing normal attire in some areas
     Jeans and shirt, cap

Around group of people, behave like everyone else 
     Ask the same questions, exhibit same actions
     Act like the "normal" folks are acting.
     STAY situationally aware
     Know when to disappearand

Please consider supporting the podcast by buying us a cup of coffe. You can do that by going to www.buymeacoffee.com/practicalprep

We invite you to drop us an email at [email protected]

You can find us on Facebook at Practical Prepping

We have a number of articles for your prepper learning at www.practicalprepping.info

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Show Notes

Episode #47, Practicing "Gray Man" Principles

This episode is brought to you by "Practical Prepping For Everyday People - A Common Sense  Guide On Preparing For Life's Emergencies " Available on Amazon and wherever books are sold.

We usuall think of "gray man" concepts in a SHTF context, but it is not just for shtf, it's very useful going about our daily lives.

The objective is to blend in with others around you.
     On a campus, backpacks are the norm, but not tactical backpacks
     In a professional environment, upscale leather brief case, computer bag, or messenger bag firs in.
     In a work environment, computer cases and shoulder bags blend in.
     While on vacation, try not to be looking like a tourist

We should not be sticking out, and  not bedrawing attention.
Blend in by dressing like the people you expect to be around.
Don't make yourself a possible target of attack

Understanding these concepts help us in our situational awareness. They help us in watching for those who are "out of place"

AT HOME we can practice some "gray man" principles.
     Don't announce travels or social media before or while away.
     Don't put big ticket item boxes on the curb such as the new 72" TV box. That advertises to burglars.

Be discrete when loading weapons into vehicles.
Cut labels off certain boxes, which may identify us as preppers, before putting them in the recycle bin.

During SHTF
     Wear NO tactical clothing
     Carry NO tactical bags
     Better to have hikers backpack, otherwise use raincover over tactical pack
     Display No tactical gear:
     No knives affixed to shoulder straps
     Keep everything concealed

In the city, wear neutral colors
     Blends in with city buildings, sreets, and objects
     Avoid bright colors

In rual areas wear seasonal clothing
     Hunting clothing normal attire in some areas
     Jeans and shirt, cap

Around group of people, behave like everyone else 
     Ask the same questions, exhibit same actions
     Act like the "normal" folks are acting.
     STAY situationally aware
     Know when to disappearand

Please consider supporting the podcast by buying us a cup of coffe. You can do that by going to www.buymeacoffee.com/practicalprep

We invite you to drop us an email at [email protected]

You can find us on Facebook at Practical Prepping

We have a number of articles for your prepper learning at www.practicalprepping.info

Join us on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for more episodes of Practical Prepping Podcast.