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Discussion in 'General Preparedness Discussion' started by questor, Jun 22, 2011.
what is in Your Zombie Defense Kit
(from here on known as a ZDK)
I have the Zombie Survival Guide and it describes some of the best vehicles, tools and weapons required to survive the Zombie apocalypse. I am setup with silent weapons (knives, swords, machette, etc) as well as loud weapons (chain-saw, shot-gun, etc) to protect myself and loved-ones from zombies.
I also have decals on my vehicles proudly proclaiming that I am ready for the zombie apocalypse ..
Finally, I have the basic body protection gear that will save me from most zombie-attacks in the form of motorcycle body-armour and helmet ..
HA! What are those decals? I might have to get one myself!
I have meticulously watched Zombieland and made notes! I am ready! DOUBLE-TAP!!!
I drew-up the decals in AutoCAD and .dxf'd them out to a friend who cut them locally on their vinyl-cutter. It just says "Zombie Outbreak Responder" in text around a center-circle with a bio-hazard symbol in the middle. My cost on them is $12 (CAD), tax-included, each - I made a bunch of red, purple, black, and silver decals and sold them off to friends / family. I have none left at this point of time, but, if people want some, I can get my friend to run off another stack of them.
As a pre-seasoned zombie killer (all the killing, zero guilt), I have to say my "lopper" is the best tool. It is a modified ice chipping tool the length of a garden rake with a sharpened blade.
Yup...reach out and touch some, er, uh, formerly a "some one".
A banjo and emergency twinkie.
I love you all! I just LOL'd reading the replies!
Ahhhh...note to self.
Cardio... Must work on my cardio
I'm going the other way. Just keep someone slower with me nearby.
I'm very happy with the Husqvarna pro arborist chainsaw I have. It operates with one hand and weighs the same as a gallon of milk.
I'm working on getting a grapple for my tractor.
Biggest armored car I can steal after SHTF.
Remington assault shotgun.
Scoped L1/A1 and all the ammo I can carry.
Scoped Ruger 44 magnum.
Leather body armor/motocross boots to stomp their heads.
gas mask[the undead smell real bad!]
Custom brush axe.
A case of Snickers and Gatorade.[screw Twinkies!]
A pocket full of sparkly fire works.[the zombie prophet Romero assures us zombies are fascinated by them.]
You guys are a riot
My kit includes, but is not limited to:
an assault shotgun and lots of ammo
a clothespin (for the smell) who can afford a gas mask
bars for the windows
cheesecake (who needs twinkies)
I have 2 rubber bands a gum wrapper and a box of erasers.
if if gets that bad,it won't be safe in anything other than an amored tank.
Anyone riding around would be rolling ducks.
Zombies would shoot you then take your ride.:scratch
Maybe re-inforced bullet proof metal sides may help.
ROFL! This made my morning. I am still intrigued with the rubber band, gum wrappers and erasers.
I've got a big ole' steam roller down by the construction site. Squashes them real flat and makes a pretty good pothole filler.
Also the mandatory and usual arsenal (rifles, shotguns, crossbow, machetes, chainsaw, axes, ice picks, blow torches, etc).
Don't need the twinkies - got a couple cases of MoonPies and some RC cola.
My plan is to duct tape stump poppers to arrows and let fly. Bo and Luke Duke had it going on. If it gets too close, my lead-plugged Louisville Slugger should pop their rotten skulls and my trashcan lid should keep their diseased nails from clawing me. Little Debbie Oatmeal Cremes and Diet Mountain Dew will keep me sharp. Yee. Haw.
Sling Blade, some call it ah brush hook, I jest always called it a sling blade....or a extra sharp lawnmower blade will work.....
Thanks for the smile! :lolsmash::lolsmash:
All you need is a silver bullet between the eyes ... I know it works cause I saw it on T.V.