>This is the part where you should give examples because i'll ask how DOES a threat walk and talk?
I'd like to say eyes are the window to the soul, as well as a long ass beard. It's the small details usually, anyone who wears sunglasses inside is usually a huge red flag (If they aren't obviously blind). >>647
One thing I haven't noticed is how to keep track of your exits and the situation.
You want a mental map of the room the second you enter, and know where all the exits are with the major cover (not concealment, cover) in the area. If you want to be paranoid, do a regular visual check on the exits and note anyone that looks suspicious (eg; colombine tier idiot with a trenchcoat and a bag going to the front of the stage or the bathroom? might want to book it) and mentally note their movements. Also, remember what event are you going to, the chance of a gangland shooting isn't likely at a vegas concert. False flag by the sauds? Much more likely . The strelok at >>662
did a pretty good job summing up the "How do I improve" part of it applicable to life in general.
One of the biggest things I learned is most people look down, but not up. Las vegas shooter got away with it because people couldn't pinpoint the source of fire. If he was on level ground people would run away from him.
Most this info comes from a family member who was a bodyguard, information may be inaccurate since it's been almost 20 years but I think the underlying concepts are unchanged
You are just straight up fucked usually if you run into mcveigh or Andrew Kehoe (Bath Consolidated School massacre) types. The latter man spent the time to plant hidden explosives throughout the school and had access, very hard to pin these types down before they act unless they ramble to some fuck who then tips the ayys.