Formerly Ninja 1990, this updated edition includes everything from exotic poisons and shooting knives to fiber optics and infrared monitoring to climbing sheer walls and reading minds And now you ll learn how to see in the dark with your home built starlight scope or IR viewer, make your own bulletproof vest, access hidden data banks, change IDs at will, build three weapon systems from a cheap commercial rifle and ....
|Title||:||Spygame: Winning Through Super Technology|
|Publisher||:||Paladin Press March 1988|
|Number of Pages||:||520 pages|
|File Size||:||879 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Spygame: Winning Through Super Technology Reviews
Excellent read for those who love this genre!
Much of the information would be applicable back in the late 1980s, and even early 1990s, but after the recent events of September 11 and increased scrutiny of people who would use the information would be setting themselves up for trouble.
I read this book, actually paid the $50.00, and waited a year for the advance copy. It is well worth the $5-6 for the cheapest copy. Now a days there are fairly good FM transmitters going obsolete in cigarette lighter plugs, pen video cameras on ebay, and your cell phone is a security joke.
That's really a informative and powerful manual of espionage 15 yrs before. If you had taken this book 15 years before, it would be sure that you would have became a successful, well equiped spy. But now most of the companies which it mentioned in order to get the materials to build, make, manufacture the things that this book taught was already closed and lot of techniques this book taught is already out dated.