Tactical Training with Sara Underwood & Weston Scott

Posted: April 23, 2010
Tactical Training with Sara Underwood & Weston Scott

Join Weston Scott and Sara Jean Underwood as they meet with Kevin Reeve and his team at OnPoint Tactical, a center that specializes in military and law enforcement training. This time, they learn to escape hand restraints while locked in a car trunk!


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  • MichaelMichael

    If you have gone through SERE training or at least have some experience evading basic human/electronic surveillance (or even have successfully stolen something(s) in your youth), this course may not be news to you and may be a huge let-down with respect to the cost. Considering the elementary nature and shallow depth of knowledge presented, I would have to say that a reasonable price would be $250 to $300. Of course, if your company pays for it, you will have just invested time. However, every person in this category (who did not pay the fee themselves) were highly disappointed, so be warned. This course is for curious do-gooder types that want to be exposed to the "fun" but basic aspects of evasion. There is very little trade-craft presented.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 5:33 PM
  • MichaelMichael

    I was told that the price is now over $800, and friends who took it last Fall had the same things to say about the content. This means that the course has not changed due to an enhancement of material or exercises (which can all be developed reading basic how-to books on lock-picking, the Master of Disguise book, and some survival books/forums), but the price seems to have gone up just because he appeared on some show(s) and has ties to the "pick-up artist" writer.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 5:32 PM
  • MichaelMichael

    The class was taught without ego or attitude, which I appreciated. Conversely, there was no "edge" present or anything I picked up from Kevin that suggested that he had first-hand operator-level experiences with what he was teaching. In fact, he would often cite other people's work/stories, and when questioned about key principles, he would often not be able to elaborate or drill-down into more detail.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 5:31 PM
  • MichaelMichael

    I took this course back in 2009, and it was NOT worth the money. I say this because anyone with an ounce of deviousness (or who has experienced a "troubled" youth) might already know 80% of what is presented. Most of what Reeve shows is appropriate for a 101 or intro class, and what surprised me was that there were few examples of the physical/awareness work that he could pull off on his own without clumsiness, if at all. I am not trying to bad-mouth a person with good intentions and perhaps high-level skill in other areas of survival, but back in '09, the cost for this course was over $550, and the info and FTX are just not worth it.

    Posted: May 31, 2010 5:31 PM
  • XoneGod

    On Point Tactical offer inexpensive yet great quality training, not to mention you will also be privy into other training venues that DO NOT advertise. In a great daisy chain of skill sets that WILL save your life.

    On a side note: This would be a great show topic to produce, G4. If done right(Unlike myth-busters "don't give'em any ideas" style of show) it has a tremendous amount of potential.


    Posted: May 5, 2010 7:17 PM
  • da1bomb15

    I did the same class and the advance one about a year ago. It was pretty fun and I learned alot.

    Posted: April 26, 2010 9:29 PM
  • DefactiveSperms

    Where's the HD version of the video clip?

    Posted: April 26, 2010 5:08 PM
  • wolverdick

    Sara in handcuffs...wait, I need a minute...OK I'm good now.

    Posted: April 26, 2010 3:28 PM
  • J_Boolihans

    Good segment

    Posted: April 26, 2010 7:36 AM
  • big daddy jay

    sara is super hot, but next time she is getting out of a low laying spot tell her not to hide her cleavage. really ruined the whole video

    Posted: April 26, 2010 5:45 AM
  • Zaxous

    Sara Jean Underwwod stuffed into a trunk? Sounds like the start of my erotic dreams.

    Posted: April 24, 2010 6:13 PM