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stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« on: June 16, 2018, 10:47:34 AM »
Hi

I think my normal stealthing tactics are getting found out, as I get searched more often and full pat down.

My main problem with extreme hiding (if you get the idea) is that you have to go to the toilet and unpack & set up

Can anyone give tips for using a fanny pack (us) /bum bag (uk) please - or any other stealth tips to get rolling quicker?
« Last Edit: June 16, 2018, 02:42:50 PM by kylieshotpants »

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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #1 on: June 16, 2018, 12:31:28 PM »
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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #2 on: June 16, 2018, 05:18:48 PM »
Hi

I think my normal stealthing tactics are getting found out, as I get searched more often and full pat down.

My main problem with extreme hiding (if you get the idea) is that you have to go to the toilet and unpack & set up

Can anyone give tips for using a fanny pack (us) /bum bag (uk) please - or any other stealth tips to get rolling quicker?

Some people don't like public discussions on this topic here because they think security reads this stuff (hence the Hoff). Personally I don't care, but I'll keep it basic out of respect to those people.

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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 10:39:59 AM »
We will begin the stealth lesson, beginning at my cheesy man nipples.
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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 12:46:34 PM »

I know it doesn't bother some people but there has been a shitload of "How do I a sneaky thing" questions around here lately and I don't like it at all.


Figure it out on your own. It's not that complicated.

Putting the details out there for everyone to see is counter intuitive to doing something clandestine in the first place....
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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #5 on: Yesterday at 01:00:23 PM »
Better yet, just PM those tapers you recognize as low profile tapers. But you'll have to participate a while for folks to accept you are serious.
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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 10:39:44 PM »
I hate repeating myself.........here goes.

Don't send me a pm asking how i beat metal detection, before you ever tryed it once.

Find a mentor, someone you can travel to shows with and learn from. Pay for their tickets, or beer or food or gas.
You will learn more about how things are done, than you can reading all these pages. While there is a boatload of FREE
info on here by many experienced users, some things are best handed down like my grandmom's  paella recipe.

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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #7 on: Today at 03:29:21 AM »
Don't send me a pm asking how i beat metal detection, before you ever tryed it once.

I feel this is on me. My appologies, Ed. I didn't have any intension to upset you. Btw, I have responded to your pm.

Find a mentor, someone you can travel to shows with and learn from. Pay for their tickets, or beer or food or gas.
You will learn more about how things are done, than you can reading all these pages.

It's unfortunately not that easy. It's easier to find an elephant climbing a tree than serious tapers here in Sweden. We are only a few and most of us live very far from each other. I understand things are a bit different in the US where taping seems to be quite a popular hobby. I wish things were the same here but unfortunately it's not.

Most people at taperssection.com are really helpful and I somewhat think that the idea with this forum is to share our experience with fellow tapers. For me, living in the twilight zone, you guys here are more important than you think.

Anyway, this thread is not about me. Just felt the need to repond to your post. Thanks.
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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #8 on: Today at 09:24:37 AM »
Don't send me a pm asking how i beat metal detection, before you ever tryed it once.

I feel this is on me. My appologies, Ed. I didn't have any intension to upset you. Btw, I have responded to your pm.

Find a mentor, someone you can travel to shows with and learn from. Pay for their tickets, or beer or food or gas.
You will learn more about how things are done, than you can reading all these pages.

It's unfortunately not that easy. It's easier to find an elephant climbing a tree than serious tapers here in Sweden. We are only a few and most of us live very far from each other. I understand things are a bit different in the US where taping seems to be quite a popular hobby. I wish things were the same here but unfortunately it's not.

Most people at taperssection.com are really helpful and I somewhat think that the idea with this forum is to share our experience with fellow tapers. For me, living in the twilight zone, you guys here are more important than you think.

Anyway, this thread is not about me. Just felt the need to repond to your post. Thanks.

In your case your comments and interaction over time made it clear to   >:D tapers you are for real.  That was the point being made.  The point is you did your homework first.   :cheers:

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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #9 on: Today at 10:26:52 AM »
Don't send me a pm asking how i beat metal detection, before you ever tryed it once.

I feel this is on me. My appologies, Ed. I didn't have any intension to upset you. Btw, I have responded to your pm.

Find a mentor, someone you can travel to shows with and learn from. Pay for their tickets, or beer or food or gas.
You will learn more about how things are done, than you can reading all these pages.

It's unfortunately not that easy. It's easier to find an elephant climbing a tree than serious tapers here in Sweden. We are only a few and most of us live very far from each other. I understand things are a bit different in the US where taping seems to be quite a popular hobby. I wish things were the same here but unfortunately it's not.

Most people at taperssection.com are really helpful and I somewhat think that the idea with this forum is to share our experience with fellow tapers. For me, living in the twilight zone, you guys here are more important than you think.

Anyway, this thread is not about me. Just felt the need to repond to your post. Thanks.

I wasn't talking about you, i DID answer your PM with a very honest and correct answer. I usually don't do that. Just get out there and try is all i am saying. Maybe in Sweden it will be hard
to find a proper mentor, i was thinking about the states here where tapers are easier to find.
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Re: stealthing with a fanny pack/bum bag
« Reply #10 on: Today at 12:38:51 PM »
In your case your comments and interaction over time made it clear to   >:D tapers you are for real.  That was the point being made.  The point is you did your homework first.   :cheers:

Thank you, daspy!  Also thank you for your help. :cheers:


I wasn't talking about you, i DID answer your PM with a very honest and correct answer. I usually don't do that. Just get out there and try is all i am saying. Maybe in Sweden it will be hard
to find a proper mentor, i was thinking about the states here where tapers are easier to find.

That's great to hear, ed. I actually thought I did upset you. I'm happy that's not the case. Once again, thank you for your tips and tricks.  8) :cheers:
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