Friday’s Dateline Correspondent Andrea Canning demonstrates how to free yourself if you’re ever caught in a situation where you are bound in duct tape.
This is amazing!
i made it and stuck at home can anyone help out from this ducktape
This is good tips and all, but remember this is the internet, if we can see it, kidnappers can see it, and if they can see it, well they won’t be stupid enough to use something that will stop their evil plan.
Awesome to know
But what if you were duct tape from behind? Then how would you escape then? Or you were duct tape to a chair? All this you need to consider if anyone was being captured like that. Not just being duct tape from the front.
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Then you couldn’t get loose dummy
Really? Being kind is a hard thing huh?
You don’t have to be such a prick about it. It was an honest question because they were talking about “ESCAPING” from duct tape!!
You’re such a prick!! And YOU’RE the dummy!! It was an honest question because they where talking about “ESPCAPING” from duct tape I’m not the only person that asked this same question. There’s others who asked too. So absolutely wasn’t necessary for you to be a jerk about it. Have a good day Gary
Point taken. So this becomes a primer on how to duct tape someone.
so perhaps the goal is to duct tape the wrists…and also higher up….or just web them with ducttape. of course cannot be good if people have chronic pain.
How about scaping from cable tie?
And what if your arms are duct taped behind your back?
True, this does let people know to duct tape from behind, instead of the front
Actually, I tried duct tape and zip ties escape from Youtube videos. I guess these guys who make the videos (and women) do not account for the fact that big-chested women will not be able to use this handy trick.
cool! Can a similar move be used if you are bound with duct tape at the ankles?
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A skilled craftsman twists the tape as it goes round and round, and in and out. It doesn’t tear if doubled or twisted in any way.
Just a physics good.
Let me see her get out of this if she had been bound in-between the wrists as well as around them. Will it still break apart?
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