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5 years 5 weeks ago, 4:10 PM

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Zombie Kit

Allright here's the scenario; The zombies are coming,you have 10 minutes to get your gear together and 10 miles to drive to your local stadium and Rally with the other locals to fend off the zombie attack.

Here are the rules:
ten minutes to get your weapons,ammo,gear,together maximum.

Bring anything you want to bring,but you must already own it!
Example: you cannot stop at any store and steal/buy a barret.50
cal.sniper rifle,a trunk load of ammo,a tank,etc.

Senior High,College,University,and professional team stadiums only.

No going a block down to to the gym at the local elementary school.You must move to a stadium, no last stand at your house!you can walk/drive any vehical you currently own.Again no stealing a Humvee/firetruck,airplane,etc.you get the drift don't you? i thought so.

you can stop and pick up anyone you can get to in the 10 mile drive.If you cannot make it to a stadium in 10 miles,say so and we'll know that you will probably have to hoof it to the stadium.The zombie hord is massive and grows stronger after sundown.They are 20 minutes away from the stadium you chose,once you get there.

The zombie attack will last days,it's November, your going to be in a stadium with a disorganized group of your fellow local residents.

What do you bring?
do you organize or go solo?
where do you sleep?
do you patrol or stay put?
Do you protect the entire stadium or only part of it?
Do you have food/water/medicine?
what about shelter?

This is just for shits and grins so if you want to play along go ahead,it might be interesting to see how prepared we are/aren't.I'm putting my list together now and i will post it soon.

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 4:36 PM

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Suburban equipped with decent mattress for sleeping.
Weapons as needed. Shotty, Camp9, Glock19.
A bag is loaded with all ammo needed for a short haul 2 weeks
Food supplies, MREs, Rx prescriptions as needed in 5 gal plastic buckets.
Portable camp stove, lanterns, small generator (80 lbs) emergency radio, cell phones and solar chargers.
5 gal of water per person per 3 days.
Walkie talkies, binoculars. Gun maintenance items. Cleaning kits.
1 small tool kit.
Water purification tablets.
12 cases Beer.
5 extra gallons of gas plus suburbans 30 gal filled.
Dog and dog food.
extra clothes, underwear, socks, tshirts, rain gear, jackets (2). Always have my hat on anyway.
If time 5 gal sealed bucket of rice and flour, no beans, I hate beans...
3 good bottle of brandy.
Portable tv and gps. Laptop.

5 years 5 weeks ago, 6:49 PM

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My zombie kit

Mini-14,300 rounds of ammo 6 magazines
Remington 870 with 200 rounds of ammo
Glock 19 & 26 300 round of ammo( but not enough magazines yet)
K-Bar and Tanto fighting knife
MREs and water for about 2 weeks
extra clothing,tent,poncho liner in duffel bag and ready
compass and topo map of area ready
flashlights,lighters,extra batteries
surplus army medical kit
12 flares(got these at an auction,2 bucks each,lol)
I would try and organize security details at entrances or barracade entrances depending on how many people were available,get a count of the ammo and weapons there and redistribute as needed.I'm looking at my ammo and i am way short of where i want to be there.

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 5:27 PM

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my zombie kit

1997 4x4 Suburban and 1987 4x4 Suburban
Weapons:AK 47,RPK,SKS,Savage .270,Ruger 10/22,Mossberg 142B .22,Marlin M36 .30-30,Rossi 17HMR/410 combo,CZ 75,TZ 75,AMT .45,H&r .22 revolver,Hi Standard .22 auto

Weapons belts are equiped with Multi Tools and a belt knife and holster for handgun(myself,wife,two oldest kids)cleaning kits and such in ammo cans already

Ammo:Two Rubbermade Totes that i have all ammo equally devided between

Food:Four Rubbermade Totes that are already stocked with a 30 day basic supply of food items(rice,beans,etc)Two cases of MRE's per vehicle

Water:each Suburban already has a five gallon jug with purified water in place plus purification tablets for plenty more

Camping/Survival Gear:each truck already has a Duffle bag with blankets and extra clothes and a three day supply of MRE's plus basic survival gear at all times,Rubbermade totes with stove,lanterns and such.

Bino's,cellphones,CB radios,survival radios

Tools:as a mechanic,both vehicles are already equiped with a complete toolbox and common repair parts

and as much other clothes,blankets and food stuff as we can pack in a hurry.

This type of scenario has already been planned and we drill on it from time to time too.All of the totes and ammo cans and such are already stacked in the back room for quik loading by backing both trucks up to the back door.on the top and sides of each tote they are marked for what vehicle they go into.I also keep two jerry cans for each truck full of fuel and stabilized in the shed which would get thrown in too.we have practiced loading this stuff and driving out in under 15 minutes.we would go to the local high school then end up at a common location with neighbors and like minded friends who are part of a group of people who are prepared for whatever happens.If after the initial boogie we were able to come back for more of our things then i would come back from the hideaway location in one of four military duece and a half trucks owned by a close friend.

5 years 5 weeks ago, 6:28 PM

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Take my 2007 Duramax, fill it full of fuel (I have a 240 gallon tank in the garage that always has enough to top off the tank, might need truck for electricity, warmth, radio.) Truck already has several days of MREs, survival knives & water under the back seat, first aid kit but I'd grab the big first aid kit from the laundry room, too. Grab another case of MREs from store room, bring an AR-15, Glock 19, thousand rounds for each. Case of wine from the fridge & a few bottles of hard liquor because it’s more concentrated does the job faster. Also, case of TP—very necessary. Backpack full of old clothes & rain gear ready to go. Grab my portable HAM gear and crank radio. Local High school stadium is closest. Warm lined shirt, clothes on my back, leather coat & steel toed boots and I’m good to go for warmth. Camp stove & matches. Extra glasses.

Hmm, I see I need to do some work. I need more water & a better tote system. Thanks. I live on an island, so I’m probably toast anyway. Can zombies swim? Maybe there should be some C-4 for the bridge. The Safeway is within raiding distance of the school stadium. I'd raid the pharmacy first: Vicodin, anti-inflammatory.

And I'd take a couple of good books.

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing." - Edmund Burke
5 years 5 weeks ago, 9:34 PM

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Grab the dodge 3/4t with the cumminseng.(I love my Truck) hook it up to my camper(Already stocked just have to fill the water tank) grap all the extra caned food in the house and all of my inlaws meds(if they don't have the med you don't need it) and the extra cases of water and fuel, and generator.
Grab my beretta and my ruger and ammo. 2000 rounds for the ruger 200+ for the beretta.
Stop by my buddies house and grab him and his family. He also has a camper. Grab all his extra food supplies and his homemade wines and alcahols. Grab his ar and ak, his glocks and beretta and his shot guns and ammo for all.
Don't have any large stadiums near us so I guess we head out to a friends cabin and make a stand.

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 9:59 PM

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Zombie Kit

Well I guess I will be duken it out with them damn zombies. I will save my ammo for my .22 just in of a possible stand off. I will pick up my friend travis,Harrison,john and red who all have a shit load of old guns and then we will high tail it to the high school since I have no clue where any stadium is. We will use our guns when out side of the building and for room clearing. I am assuming my friends will have their own machete because I do and will be doing the CQC alot. Then we will check the lunch room for food and water. The drug store will be a game plan to get to get to after the high school is fortified. After that we will decide on how to meet up with any survivors. Also if we all have to stay there for a bit of time we will ration the food and water. We will use some road flares that reds dad has from being a road worker and use them as signals for any other survivors. More than likely we will position our selvs as snipers on the roof of the high school and provide cover for said survivors. Once we all have news of survivors in a stronger hold up then we will take the 85 surburban and load it up for the trip there. Once we arrive at the strong hold we will fight to the last breath or till rescue arrives if any.

5 years 5 weeks ago, 10:52 PM

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Wife and i live in possible forest fire area, so we already have most of this worked out. Guess we'd leave the paper work stuff, And take extra water, I'v found Clorex bottles are the best, good size, last forever, and easy to carry. This is gona be Spam and crackers, this is actually our drill as i have no MRE's or other rats. We do have two diesels a 2005 6.6 duramax thats our baby, and my old beater 93 7.3 F250, both are loaded with most stuff already, and tanks ALWAYS toped off. Think we'd take both to be safe. Camping gear is always ready to go. Weapon choice is easy i have more 38's than anything, and bought the wife two snubies over the years, one det spl (got a super deal) and one of those brazilian 85's. I'd take my 586 and speed loaders (once out of 357 its back to the 38+p's)and i have an airweight, so that makes it easy, as many boxes of +p as i have, and (now i got a problem, most of my 38 ammo is for my victorys so im shooting 115 or 130gr weak stuff, that i dont think go over 800fps.. hmmm, maybe bring a couple of victorys to trade for ammo, or hope the weak loads will work.. maybe i'll get lucky and only have old weak Zombys after us..
After we get there its a matter of finding those ex mil or LE who know how to do Incident Management Situation. IMS is taught to all now, and is just a matter of breaking down into managable resourses,company, platoon, squad sorta thing. Who ever had the most experiance (and wanted it) just became the incident cdr. and next is setting up perimeter. and LP's.. The whole issue of stoping histaria and creating order would be the next issue, here again, use all resourses as best available, who has med experiance, who can organize food.(those in command will insure that all share to install feeling of unity and order) some one is going to have to organize daycare. a couple of those with guts and ability would be responsible for euthanizing before being overran if perimeter is breached. and job one would then be ammo concervation, and killing Zombys..

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 11:24 PM

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thanks LD

We actually have given this some thought due to forrest fire area. I think everyone should realize that while Zombys are not very likley, (gosh im hoping) we could have a major issue if for any reason our transportation system was shut down.. Grocery stores are restocked every night.. how long would the food last if the shipments to the stores stopped due to any number of reasons. All it would take for a break down in everything would be 3 days with out stocked shelfs.. And in a real emergency... Preaching to the choir, i think we all know that our survival depends on being prepared.

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 12:09 AM

Anonymous

stay on topic

this is about zombies

5 years 5 weeks ago, 12:16 AM

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was just telling greg you're welcome for his kind thank you to ealier post about what he wrote about this zombie exercise. did add little bit about why ryo day was not so good because he have show interest in this. and gosh it's about zombies for pete sake neh! ryo is even taking lucky chan's exercise seriously too, and told him ealier on messenger when he ask if ryo had seen his new topic what thought about it. told him it interesting exercise in logistics, and it is, so would want to think carefully for day or two and talk with little brother about this and after what greg az san wrote, ryo know have make the right decision, cause like told greg az up above, this is a tough act to follow neh. so let not split hairs here neh. ryo is on topic enough for topic about zombies neh. lol.

your friend and student alway,

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 12:18 AM

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fuckin epic

just a post about zombies and its already gettin off topic.....

I'm just another damn yankee with a loaded gun looking for some fun!
5 years 5 weeks ago, 12:18 AM

Anonymous

Ryo kun

Its kinda new to see you up and about this late at night. Dont you have school tomorrow ka

5 years 5 weeks ago, 12:27 AM

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Ryo kun

Im not sure I want sleep meds in me when zobies attack. Basicly then I will be giving them flesh eating boogers a free meal neh

5 years 5 weeks ago, 3:12 PM

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looks like it's going

pretty good,with just the usual suspects going off post,anyone else want to put their zombie kit up?

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 8:00 PM

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Zombe kit

make a flame thrower using of a propane tank
burn the freaks

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 3:15 PM

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Too many rules, I give up. I'm just gonna high tail it and hope I have enough 12ga slugs, 40, and 9mm, take a damn baseball bat and an axe. And scream like a little girl when they get too close!

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home" Thomas Jefferson
5 years 5 weeks ago, 3:50 PM

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i got this ned flanders vision,very funnyshit.

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 4:24 PM

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Ned Flanders, I don't watch the Simpsons, so I looked up Ned and lmao!

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 3:22 PM

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ryo think he come up with outstanding ideas neh. liked yours and greasypaws chan too for the completeness of the equipment chosen and ready to hand. gomen nasai for going little bit off topic in a post. demo little brother, gary chan and self are discussing this exercise right now. we want to do a good job for you and stay in the guidelines neh

your friend alway,

LittleDragon

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 3:25 PM

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Lets get an online video game team together and go kick some zombie ass?

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5 years 3 weeks ago, 11:15 AM

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LEFT FOR DEAD 2

badass game. i have it on xbox 360. my user name is BuiltFordT0ugh. Anyone who has xbox live feel free to add me.

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5 years 5 weeks ago, 12:57 PM

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LBC, Zombies?

Well I can see what my son wrote and I understand the idea that this is really an exercise in home/family planning and logistics, but have you been watching too many old B movies? I'm having hilarious mental images of Dawn of the Dead and Day of the Dead and Night of the Living Dead. Those people just weren't prepared, but the scripts always helped them out and things managed to go the way of the living (good guys?) even so, it's really a fun idea. I hope what my boys come up with, will be as interesting and entertaining as the challenge.

Koji
PS The meeting tonight is very important because next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day and of course we won't be meeting that night, so we need to get a lot of work accomplished tonight. I understand from Vic that he's sent the copy of Rashi's drawing onto Jeff now and so we'll just have to wait and let Jeff work his magic and see what happens. I don't know for sure if the drawing from Jeff will be ready tonight or not. I'm not expecting it, but Jeff is very diligent and is often full of surprises.

4 years 42 weeks ago, 5:31 PM

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Let's not forget army of darkness, one of my favs.

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5 years 3 weeks ago, 1:25 AM

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My zombie plan

No stadium. Why would I put myself in a place with a bunch of unprepared fucks? Let the stadium during Katrina be a lesson there. My wife, son, and dog in the F350 with all my guns (most are in cases already anyway) and a ruck with my pantry goods. Sucks to be a liberal, because I'll be one of the roving bandits who takes by force what I need from those who don't have the means to stop me.

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5 years 1 week ago, 2:39 PM

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haha, good point on the stadiums. and im with ya there buddy on the libbys. first place id hit up would be m&c surplus and walmart. guns a blazing

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 6:13 PM

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The stadium

is really self contained,with medical,water,dental,power generators,satellite,cable,underground sewers to use as egress avenues if needed,defensible,and a ready made LZ.Of course if you want to john wayne it go ahead but sitting tight and making the cannon fodder work for me would be my option,instead of a necessity.

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5 years 3 weeks ago, 11:13 AM

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My Zombie plan

Well after reading all of yours im shit out of luck.lol
Id grab my pretty little f-150 and run all over that i see. Already have cb and 8ft antenna equiped and first aid kit plus rain gear and flashlights and a toolbox full of tools.
guns: id grab both my mossberg 835 with all ammo and my savage .250, but i have no ammo for that. :( hopefully someone will have for me.
Id grabe all my camo and comfy cloths both my boots, my wife and her needed stuff. grabe all my waters and caned food and stuff them in my coolers. Id grab my chemical gear helmet and masks, suits etc. laptop. bring all my knifes and my florida rebel flag to show that the south will never fall.Wed go to the University of Florida stadium wich is 5 mins away. funny to hold our last stand in the "swamp". I would quickly get my two buddies who have bigger trucks and more guns plus bows. Id grab my mom and her bf who also have more guns and ammo and load up and hit the stadium making barracaids as we go and boobie traps. I would deffinanlty have set up sections gaurded and a backup plan to all fall back to one area if our defenses get broken. I think we could get through it. OH i would also take the liberty of taking out all the liberals here aswell and count them as zombies.

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5 years 3 weeks ago, 11:20 AM

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Grab one every so often and hang them by their wrists from a street light or traffic light. Their screams act as bait, drawing zombies into your own little kill zone. I've alreay designated a few of my coworkers "zombie bait"

"I have always been a soldier. I have known no other life. The calling of arms, I have followed from boyhood. I have never sought another." From The Virtues of War, by Steven Pressfield.
5 years 3 weeks ago, 11:28 AM

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good advice

i like that. ill incorperat that into my plans

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5 years 2 weeks ago, 6:58 PM

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Great Post Lucky!

I'll have to post mine when I have a little more time!

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5 years 1 week ago, 12:39 PM

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First off, I'am gonna break a rule....No Stadium For Me! Let the unprepared be food! Will have a few people including one of the FWPD's finest meet me at my Inlaws house. They live on the lake near the marina in a two story that is on top of a hill....higher ground to see them coming! We would also have plenty of reloading supplies at our conveniece!
Truck: 93 Ford Bronco 4x4
Supplies: MRES, Water, First Aid, and Ammo all packed and ready
Some Guns Availabe: 2- 18" Mossberg Shotguns, Deer Rifles in .243,.270,30.06, 2- Ar-15, Glocks, 1911s, XDs, the list goes on
Weopons: Bowie Knifes, Lousville Sluggers, and a couple Machettes
The plan would be to hold up in the house and Snipe as many as we could, and fight the rest if we had too. If things got too bad we would fight our way to the boats and try our luck in open water!

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5 years 1 week ago, 12:48 PM

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well

first thing i would do, is get Sam d to erase all of the Zombie's posts...lololol

...check... G-AZ
5 years 1 week ago, 2:31 PM

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Keep it up babay...

5 years 1 week ago, 3:28 PM

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sammy

awwwwwwww......wait!...i forgot....oh yeah...are u still fightin with the fat black chic on Facebook?

...check... G-AZ
5 years 5 days ago, 8:16 AM

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Safety in numbers, eyeballs anyway-more look outs.
Mike is the only one I saw listing an axe which
should be at the top of anyones list.

Ok my list
hook onto my flatbed trailer
10 lb mountain howetzer (yep I got one-civil war era)
load all my black powder and fuses
every hand gun I've got,
unload my storm shelter (it already is stocked)
10 minute time limit- get neighbors help
Haul ass
Remember the Alamo

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 11:07 AM

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Zombie Kit

I like the ideas.
Bolt cutters would be the only addition, makes it easier and quieter to get in and out of locked gates.

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 6:17 PM

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I'm impressed

a great assortment of answers,samD wins the prize for the most booze on board,as a group we would have a lot of fun stabbing and slabbing zombies.

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 6:24 PM

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in Florida. Stopped those Lib zombies cold.
Sorry, yeah can only have what you have already.

iyaoyas
4 years 50 weeks ago, 8:02 PM

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ZOMBIE FOOD

Feed them Jane Fonda

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4 years 50 weeks ago, 8:29 PM

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You can't feed

Jane Fonda to them they wont eat there own kind

America is not at war. The U.S. Military is at war. America is at the Mall. If you don't stand behind our troops, PLEASE feel free to stand in front of them!
4 years 50 weeks ago, 9:11 PM

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iyaoyas
4 years 42 weeks ago, 4:47 PM

Tamed

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Vehicle: BMX Bike :D
Stuff: Thompson, Desert Eagle, Steyr Aug, RPG, Waterbag, Sand, And a Jesus Cross, Model 1887, Rangers.
Food: Fruit Loops, Kool-Aid
Girls: Blondes
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Beer: Life lasting Beer cases

4 years 42 weeks ago, 5:21 PM

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zombie kit

I realize I'm @#$%ed and slit my wrists with a kitchen knife. Really this is an area where I am severly lacking. We pretty much aleways have 30 days of foodstuffs around but no good way to pack it all up and no way to prepare any of it when we get there. No guns and no ammo unless you count the 4 shotgun shells and a few .22 rounds I found in the basement, the previous owner of our house left those.

Nothing is as risky as certain failure.
4 years 42 weeks ago, 5:27 PM

Anonymous

oozerat

then you better get yer as in gear and start buying guns...

4 years 42 weeks ago, 4:50 AM

OozeRat

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Thats the plan greasy, after thinkin bout it a little the high school is only about 5 min away on foot I'd grab the misses and my choppers maul, the only thing i own that can be concidered a weapon, and run.

Nothing is as risky as certain failure.
4 years 42 weeks ago, 5:02 PM

TXLUCKYGUY

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question....

Can I stop at work on the way? I wouldn't be buying or stealing anything....just borrowing until the chuds are gone, yeah that's it. If I can stop at work my plan and gear would be dramatically different.

If I can stop at work, then I'll grab my Tahoe (preloaded with lots of goodies), take 5 mins to grab extra gear/guns/ammo and the guys on shift that are worth a darn.

Going from home, I'd better equipped in some ways, less in others.....probably just me and TBH; our few 'neighbors' are either pretty self-sufficient or need to be eaten alive.

Despite my love of megablasters, it'd wind up being mostly .22LR for distances out to 100yds, and my katana up close. A .35WAI to the noggin wouldn't bug a ghoul any more than a .22, and my shoulder would thank me after things normalize.

I'd also bring my pimp costume from several Halloweens past, and get some serious mileage ot of the platform shoes with my jump-spinning crescent kick. The brass-tipped cane would also get me style point as I brained zombies with it.

OK, I must be really tired. I'm stopping now.

4 years 42 weeks ago, 11:48 AM

hightechredneck

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staying put.

We sit on top of a ridge with a well defendable field of view. Nearest Stadium is a good 30 min. away.Plenty of provisions and sufficient long guns and pistols/shotguns for close-in defense. As far as runaway and the libs. I figure those soleless s.o.b's will make a deal with the zombies right off the bat and lay down. Theres several on my list I hope to see as zombies. They will not get a head shot but be torchured to learn there weaknesses and something to pass the time. When possible I will save ammo and use the bulldozer...

4 years 26 weeks ago, 1:40 AM

TLtactical

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Zombie Shoot

Zombies on the brain....

We are involved in a zombie shoot that will be here in Arizona in march of 2011... It is goint to be a pretty big event (5,000 + People) and will be held yearly with a good portion of the proceeds going to charity...

I will post more info once the website is done adn we haev the date finalized...

Best Regards TL “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” ---Aristotle Greek critic, philosopher, physicist, & zoologist (384 BC - 322 BC)
4 years 26 weeks ago, 1:47 AM

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sounds like fun

you AZ guys get to have all the fun

i tried being reasonable,i didn't like it, NRA LIFE MEMBER,USMC VETERAN
4 years 25 weeks ago, 2:53 PM

TLtactical

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Lucky

That is why we live here! The rules are not as over-domineering...

Best Regards TL “It is the mark of an educated mind to be able to entertain a thought without accepting it.” ---Aristotle Greek critic, philosopher, physicist, & zoologist (384 BC - 322 BC)
4 years 10 weeks ago, 3:03 AM

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I am a new guy on this site so for those of you who don't know me, this kind of stuff, preparing for the worst possible scenario, is a passion of mine, so please forgive me if I tend to ramble on and on in this post because I get so into this stuff !!!! Anyway, I stay prepared 24/7 for the worst outcome in every situation. I don't know how much I agree with the football stadium stuff because I live at LEAST an hour from any big football stadiums. My high school that I graduated from is about 5 minutes from my house but seeing as it's surrounded by woods on all 4 sides wouldn't be a GREAT plan for an anti-zombie location because if they got in the woods, they could, and probably would (worst case planning still lol), surround us and take us over. I would rather be mobile. Stay in my Tundra w/ my buddies in their's right behind me (maybe w/ the Unimog leading the way because he is bigger and has a BIG angled plow already on the front of his truck. So all 3 of us would more than likely ride out to a nice open area where we could see threats coming from a LONG ways away because my Unimog buddy is Marine Infantry (he has already done his 2 active and is now in reserves). Both buddies of mine are Marine Infantry and I WAS. The Unimog buddy is Marine Reserves 0317 Scout Sniper, and the other was 0311 Rifleman same as I was. I am 24, served my 2 years active, 2 years reserves, but I wanted out because I have other goals I want to accomplish like graduating with my bachelors degree in business. Well I am a Junior now and I am the general manager of my father's & father-in-law's garage. I make really good money right now working full time for him because I pretty much run the business, they co-own the garage together but I run it. They almost NEVER come into the shop, I don't work on cars anymore though I just sit in the office and run the business. Well, like I said, I am only 24, married with no kids, and making almost 6 figures running this business for my father. It is a successful garage so I do make good money, I take night classes in college as well. Anyway, that well paying job is how I afford my truck and toys (guns), like I said, house is relatively normal/medium size so not really expensive in my neck of the woods. So I spend a LOT on my truck and guns. My wife is an RN as well and makes a good living herself. We have a lot of money put into savings to prepare for children when we get ready. ANYWAY, sorry that got off topic for a second. So Me, my wife, my buddies, my two younger brothers who live across the street with my parents still, also my parents (Retired Marine father and RN mother) and possibly a couple other people. I'm really iffy on the whole stadium situation but I wouldn't mind fortifying the local gun shop which is about a 100'x100' one story building up on a hill with only 2 entrances, loading door which is a steel loading dock door, and the other are huge thick wooden doors w/ very small 1'x1' windows in the center. He sells camo, bows, guns, some fishing stuff, and a shit ton of ammo in the back room !!!! Plus we have already talked to him because he is a family friend of my father so me and my father talked to him about emergency situations, he said if we bring rations he provides extra firepower and ammo. So that would be my best bet living out in the country side in a small town. His shop is about 8 miles from my house so. But my parents and brothers and friends and myself ALL have emergency rations stored up and ready to go at a seconds notice. As well as a good amount of firepower. I am sorry but the gun store seems like a MUCH better spot than a huge open stadium with MANY entrances and a large group of unprepared people !!!!

This is how my setup goes:

Head Wear: OpsGear MARPAT Desert or Wooded Digital Camo Boonie w/ my .338 Lapua shells around the base of the brim. (Desert if it's warm, Wooded if it's cold, for sun ray reflection/absorption reasons). Oakley Radar Path matte tan frame w/ polarized black iridium Path lens w/ matte black Oakley icons. (Don't want reflections to give away my position). Tan/Black shemagh usually just left wrapped loosely around my neck, but ya never know. ALSO would have my tan MCU-2a/p Gas Mask with me at all times as well !!!!

Upper Clothing: The same OpsGear MARPAT Desert or Wooded Digital Camo TruSpec uniform jacket w/ Under Armour tan T-shirt underneath w/ a tan Under Armour wife beater under said T-shirt. (Yes, it may be a little warm, but better to be sweating than turn into a zombie from contact eh?) Tan MOLLE vest w/ 4 7.62x51mm double-clip pouches on each side of stomach (4 left, 4 right) holding 16 30 round MagPul clips on front w/ Ranger plates on bottom of each clip for quicker reloads, same assortment on back, then holding a pistol holster on each rib w/ handle facing up toward me w/ 4 double-clip pistol mag pouches horizontal below the holster exiting forward. Big 100oz hydration pack inside back of vest. Double chest cargo pockets on the front holding essential supplies. Radio pocket on left shoulder holding Motorola walkie-talkie w/ those distributed through out my group w/ throat-mic's and special forces ear pieces. Oakley tan leather tactical gloves w/ the hard knuckle pieces. Some sort of tactical watch w/ Date, Time, floating Compass (incase GPS fails due to EMP or something). Along w/ my dog tags of course w/ rubber sound stoppers. Big MARPAT Desert or Wooded tactical MOLLE backpack w/ huge main compartment w/ 3 big sacks around the back attached MOLLE style, room for my MacBook Pro, MRE's, HUGE hydration pouch inside, bottles of water, some canned food that I don't mind eating cold, zip-loc bags holding some snacks (less noisy than regular chip bags), binoculars, extra ammo, med-kit, etc.

Lower Clothing : Same OpsGear MARPAT Desert or Wooded Digital Camo TruSpec uniform pants bloused very loosely into my Altama tan military issue desert combat boots w/ tan 550 para cord for laces. ALTA superflex tan knee pads w/ pants untucked from the top a little (extra mobility), tan webbed military belt in belt loops and another one over my untucked jacket holding two dual thigh-strap pistol holsters w/ each holster having 4 double-clip pistol mag pouches on the holster (2 straps on each thigh, one up to the belt w/ pants still untucked just enough for mobility). Tan Marine Combat knives in tan boot sheaths on each boot.

Vehicle: My 2008 Limited Edition Toyota Tundra CrewMax 4x4. FULLY LOADED OUT !!!! Full front & rear long travel suspension on all 4 corners, super tough 47-spline axle shafts angled at about 45 degrees down to my wheel hub, super strong upper & lower/front & rear A-Arms giving a full 24" of travel, 2" steel tubing toe-arms and other beefy suspension parts, 4-wheel hydraulic assist power steering, Quadra Drive 2 AWD system from newer Jeep Grand Cherokee's w/ 4x4L option, 1/4" thick black diamond plated steel FULL BELLY SKID PLATES covering the entire bottom of the truck, as well as the bottom of the lower a-ams. 40" tall super swamper boggers with custom cut sidewalls to fit 24" black XD rockstar wheels w/ black beadlock lip. (EVERYTHING on my truck is flat matte black painted or powder coated except glass stuff). Projector headlight & fog light housings w/ all fogs and brights and dims are ALL 8000K HID bulbs now. Road Armor steel front bumper & Expedition One steel rear bumper w/ full brush guard and swing out tire carrier on the rear bumper holding full size spare wheel & tire and 4 4 gallon "Geri" cans, 2 on each side of the spare tire. Expedition one 3" steel tubing bed cage the exact height and width of my cab and shaped just like it as well so that the bar against the cab runs right along with the metal around my rear window. 4 4 gallon Geri cans on each side of that and 8 on the top. Bigger gas tank as well. Soon converting to Dodge Cummins 6.7L Twin-Turbo Diesel engine w/ dual exhaust w/ 8" black exhaust tips. LED tail lights blacked out. Black Rhino bed-liner. All black leather interior. Bushwacker pocket style fender flares painted to match and bumpers painted to match as well. 3" steel tubing black full exo-cage on the truck (fashioning up some window cages soon that can just bolt to the door around the window (not to be used unless something like zombie outbreak happens). Black snorkel for the engine running up passenger side A-Pillar fit very tight to the body and a-pillar and the driver side a-pillar search and rescue moveable spotlight (like police cars have w/ the handle inside). black projector housing w/ 8000K HID spot light bulb. 4 PIAA small round projector fog lights in the bumper w/ 8000K HID bulbs, 4 PIAA large round projector fog lights above the front Warn winch, very low profile roof rack made of 3" steel tubing lengthwise bars w/ molded plastic front and rear mounts bolted to the roof but they are molded for more wind resistance, then 2" steel tubing widthwise bars across, all black still. 8 smaller rectangular PIAA projector fog lights across the front of said roof rack mounted to the front cross bar 2 on the rear bumper as well with the 2 PIAA round ones in the rear bumper, all with 8000K HID bulbs. Black diamond plated toolbox, black bed rails, black tube steps w/ mechanical fold down black step boards that fold up when the doors are closed. Toolbox loaded down w/ tons of ammo and a few extra weapons, bed full of extra ammo and stuff. And another 5-piece set of spare tires and wheels, same exact tire and wheel and beadlock, etc. just an extra set, where ever my truck would be parked. Rear Warn winch in the rear license plate location, new license plate location is on the spare tire carrier in the center of the wheel w/ black diamond plated frame w/ tinted cover over the plate. I would really like to weld up some sort of hydraulic powered lowering/lifting deflector in front like just something angled to push something out to the side of my vehicle. Inside I have an Alpine in-dash head unit w/ 8" LED touchscreen monitor, Alpine 8" LED monitors in each head rest, 4 JL Audio 12" W7 subs and 4 1000 watt JL Audio amps, JL Audio mids in the doors, JL Audio highs through out the cab. Car audio performance battery and high performance alternator. I also have my XBOX 360 Elite and PS3 slim wired into my head unit and all 4 headrest monitors. I also keep one of my many HK USP .45 match pistols with the match piece custom fitted, I always keep one in the glovebox of my truck at all times w/ 4 extra clips !! JUST IN CASE !!!! And I have 2 other Marine buddies who I've been friends with since elementary school. One drives a similarly modded 2008 4Dr Jeep Wrangler Unlimited 4x4 w/ painted back section instead of black, his is desert tan w/ similar setup but running Rockwell 2 1/2" axles and 44" boggers. The other friend is running a 1977 HUGE 4x4 converted to 6x6 Unimog w/ HUGE camper behind a HUGE 4 full door cab and sitting on Rockwell 5 ton steering axles in all 3 axle locations w/ custom suspension and then riding on some 54" tall tractor tires on whatever sized tractor wheels. The camper is SO HUGE that it has room for 4 full-sized futon mattresses, a standup kitchen and tons of stuff w/ full bathroom as well, including shower and 2 on board 200 gallon water tanks. No windows in the camper for extra security. Solid steel 3" thick steel tubing exo-cage, this truck is tan w/ all blacked out parts. He got one of these because he was one of the MRAP drivers for his platoon over in Iraq. It has like a small little passage way from the camper up into the cab. It is just a VERY cool HUGE wrecking ball as a truck/expedition vehicle. He currently uses it for long camping trips and stuff. It has 4 diesel tanks for a total of 320 gallons. Which means it can run for a LONG time. (Hence this would be our last resort vehicle for escape if other vehicles fail or we could not reach them or something). It has a snorkel and stuff as well w/ all three of these vehicles having all "headlight" type lights are all 8000K HID, even on the Unimog. And he has a HUGE winch on the Unimog as well. The other buddy in the Jeep has front and rear winches, same as I do on my Tundra. The Jeep is running the 5.7L HEMI V8 and I'm running the 6.7L Cummins Diesel and the Unimog is currently running one of the Mercedes Benz OM 366 LA Inline-6 Turbo Diesel engine that gets about 240HP and about 560 lb.-ft. or torque. Cross Country Ratio transmission w/ additional gearbox with crawler gears. Hydraulic assist power steering, Locking Diffs on all 3 axles, Air brakes and clutch assist, pretty much everything you would ever need lol. Also my 22 year old brother owns a Dodge 2500 Ram Mega Cab w/ a lift and some 38" Kumho's on same wheels I run 24" XD Rockstar w/ beadlock lip. Also has a bed cage and Geri cans of fuel, etc. That would easily fit my brother and his girlfriend/baby momma as well as my parents and younger brother. My truck would consist of me & my wife and shit tons of necessities, and my 2 year old all black German Shepherd/Black Lab mix, MAX !! Great dog, very well trained !! The Uni would consist of my sniper buddy and all his gear along with all the extra gear and stuff from the other 3 vehicles.

Main Weapon: HK417 w/ 20.5" barrel, G36C carry handle w/ G36C front & rear iron sights w/ M4 front iron sight as well (just for show but it is lined up with the other iron sights). Trijicon 6x48 ACOG on very short sight riser w/ quick detach, the bottom of the new bigger ACOG scope sits right barely above the iron sights. w/ a small red dot on the top rail of the 6x48 ACOG, then an M203 grenade launcher that is only about an inch longer than the rails and attaches on the picatinny bottom rail and then clasps around the barrel at the end of the rails, Advanced Armament 762-SD fast-attach silencer w/ sub-sonic ammo as well as super-sonic ammo. 3-point tactical adjustable quick-release sling, MagPul 30 round magazines w/ Ranger plates (like I said earlier) and some 150 round double drum clips. Also a big Marine K-Bar combat knife w/ custom mount welded TO the barrel of my M203 but sitting about an inch below the barrel leaving good enough room for my hand in a thick glove to fit between the M203 and the knife handle (this is used for a chopping motion of slashing for last resort close calls. w/ black small MagLite LED flashlight on each side that has a super bright red laser in the center of 8 very very bright LED lights w/ the normal spin top to narrow or widen the beam of light (one of those on each side of the weapon) w/ 2 bipod legs made to mount separately on each side of the gun on the rails, well I mounted mine right at the front of my rails & each leg is like a flat piece of steel w/ a claw at the bottom and they are just the swing down and lock or swing forward and lock type so no springs or anything. And the flashlight mounts are low-profile scope mounts that fit these flashlights perfectly and they stick out just far enough to not shadow the bipod mount-swivel part and that swivel part is a pretty flat square w/ 3 of the sides cut out so it can swing backward, forward, or down and locks into each of these 3 positions. So a very cool advanced bipod for heavily loaded rifles. The main upper receiver as well as the carry handle and scope are tan, the lower receiver is black w/ tan rubber (finger molded) pistol grip w/ the tan MagPul mags w/ black ranger plates. The silencer and HK417 butt stock are also tan while the barrel and butt stock tube are both black. The sling is also tan and then I have Leapers premium black rubber rail guards for open spots on my rails. The flashlights are black but the scope mounts are tan, the M203 is also tan as well as the combat knife but the mount is black.

Secondary Weapon: Winchester Pump 12 gauge Super X3 all black shooting 3 1/2's. That is stuck down between my vest and pack into a pocket specially made onto my vest to hold that shotgun in place it is about 6" deep and as wide as the widest part of the buttstock plus about a half an inch for easier entrance, then a clip together strap at the very top of my vest clips around the pump section. Then on the front of each of those chest cargo pockets on my tactical vest I have the elastic shotgun shell holder that holds 8 rounds on each cargo pocket flap, then more shells in an elastic arm band that I wear one around each bicep that holds about 20 more shotgun shells on each bicep. (Try to make the most of what open area I have on my body like with the boot-knife sheaths on each boot). Then I have in those 4 pistol holsters, (One on each side, rib section, of my vest, and one on each thigh) each holster is holding an HK USP .45 match pistols w/ the match thing on front very well designed and shaved and fitted to look like it is all one piece, w/ a rail on the bottom of the match piece holding the laser/light attachment that sits flush with the front of the gun and goes down a little lower than the bottom of the trigger guard, 4 identical ones all like each other, none different. Then if I was to be at a place with a high tower I could use my Composite Remington 700 (.338 Lapua) w/ Advanced Armament silencer and Leupold scope. All of these guns are VERY accurate in their field. The HK417 I'm positive is the most reliable, most accurate assault rifle ever. Then a big black composite machete I bought at a sporting goods store in the sheath stuck down between my driver seat and the center console right in front of my seat belt clicker thing. And the same thing attached diagonally across my back (would be flat up against my vest so behind the shotgun) to where I would pull it out with my right hand over my right shoulder.

Inventory: All of these guns I would be carrying on/with me I actually own and they are in my gun case right now but in the event of zombies it would be loaded into my toolbox on the back of my truck. I currently have about 200 boxes of ammo for my HK417 and about double that for my USP .45's, and probably close to 100 for my .338 and about the same for my shotgun. iPhone 4 just in case the cell towers and stuff still work? If not, use it for an iPod and other stuff. Gum just because I always like having chewing gum. Climbing rope & harness etc, crack-stick neon glow sticks for light if batteries die, LOTS OF EXTRA BATTERIES lol, super strong spotlights, sleeping bags & extra firm pillows & fleece thermal blankets. Extra flashlights. I already own 12 months worth of MRE's & bottled water and my buddy in the Unimog lives next door and he has at least another 12 months worth of both already loaded in his Uni. (I can drink room temperature bottled water all day so it being room temp is not a big deal so no real need for refrigeration, Vitamins to take semi-regularly to make up for vitamin and nutrients I will be deprived of from drinking only bottled water and eating simple items, a LOT of canned foods like ravioli and beef stew, anything that can easily be cooked in a pot over a fire, even though I have had to eat things like this straight out of the can before, beanie-weenies, etc. at LEAST 4 tanks worth of spare diesel fuel for my truck, some extra car batteries just in case, some 4 gallon Geri cans full of all my different fluids that I would need to maintain my truck. The Unimog would be carrying a LOT of extra supplies, mainly supplies and not as much sleeping space as it has now because of it's monstrous size, also because I'd rather have a year's worth of supplies and be sleeping like sardines rather than have food for a week and sleep comfortably !!!! With other stuff that can be strapped or bolted to the outside, done so. Like extra Geri cans full of all fluids and stuff like that. I would also carry with me my MARPAT Desert huge duffle bag and stuff w/ a lot of extra underwear and wife beaters and socks w/ a pair of Under Armour Black running shorts (for sleeping sometimes) and a couple plain T-Shirts possibly? One ceramic plate and bowl for each person and one butter knife, one spoon, one fork for each person, ALL BLACK so spots and stuff WILL show up so they can be thoroughly cleaned and that stuff is just for when we would actually have real food for a meal, say if we could get to any kind of grocery store around our strong hold?? This would all be held in my CAMPA USA EVS box (it is made into a full bed on some trucks but I ordered mine to just bolt down into the bed of my Tundra because I use it for other things. It is plain black diamond plated steel on the exterior and all black metal on the inside too. This EVS (Expedition Vehicle System) box contains stuff like: dual propane tanks, large water tank, water heater pump, two fire extinguishers, small kitchen rack to hold plates and bowls (I removed most of mine because I don't need that many damn dishes lol). I left 4 of each in there because I would only carry 4 passengers with me unless forced to carry more. Electric razor to keep my hair short (it is 1/8th of an inch and stays that way because I get a hair cut every week. Stubble could grow into a beard during this time for all I care, wife makes me shave. Stuff to make traps for the zombies and for hunting animals as well. Also my Matthews Z7 compound bow all black w/ 30" draw length and 70lb. draw and it is completely done up as well. I would have that for some hunting stuff, that way I wouldn't have to use my ammo for hunting. IDK it's just something I would carry with me w/ a couple big cases to hold a bunch of arrows. Also I would probably carry my iPad with me as well just for bullshitting around. Stuff for flame throwers, matches and fire sticks, crow bar, BOLT CUTTERS, tools for repairing my truck, some are already in the bed of my truck, like Air compressor along w/ certain tools, mobile welder available to take somehow, my entire wrench/socket set, air tools, etc. Anything needed to repair some problems with the truck or something else. Gun cleaning kit, a LOT of mustard because it will last a good time and I love the taste of mustard enough to put on pretty much anything. Quick detach silencers from Advanced Armament for my pistols. Another place I would try being close to, along with the grocery store, would be some sort of arms dealer where I could keep re-supplying on ammo when I needed to do so. I already have like 95% of the stuff I would need already stocked up in my garage and the other stuff could be collected from around the house very quickly. I have all of my MRE's in big black Rubbermaid bins in my garage stacked pretty high and I also have a lifted flatbed trailer to pull behind my truck that would hold extra stuff (like the bins) and it does have all 4 metal rail sides on the trailer w/ black bungee cords to lock the stuff in place. I'm locked and loaded and ready to go lol. But like I said, around 95% of ALL of this stuff is already organized and packed up and ready to GO sitting in my garage in MY spot next to my wife's 2010 Platinum Edition Toyota Sequoia. Yes I actually own, or are paying to own, same thing, ALL of this stuff. The Tundra and Sequoia are not yet paid off but my Tundra is pretty close. Also my house is not paid for yet either, although I don't have a big house contrary to my big, expensive truck !!!! I live in a regular one story brick and mortar 4 bedroom 2 bath house on top of a full sized basement. The rest of the stuff like my guns and ammo would have to be loaded as they are all in my closet in our bedroom in my 2 gun cases, one for all my guns, one for MOST of my ammo lol. Also, my father owns a couple HK416's done up somewhat similar to mine, as well as a couple pump shotguns and a couple .44 mag pistols. My 22 year old brother owns one HK416 and a couple HK USP .45's, youngest brother, 16, has his own .22 rifle. Just bought my wife her own HK416 and she has two USP .45 match same as mine, and my buddies own similar loadouts to mine. I know my Unimog buddy owns a .338 similar to mine and is saving up for a Barrett M107, he also has a lot of other rifles and hand guns and a few shot guns. My Jeep buddy (notice I am not giving any names here but I do actually call everyone by their name lol) owns his own HK416 (I got everyone started on the HK stuff because I used an HK416 for a while and it was the most reliable assault rifle I've ever encountered, more so than the AK I've used. And then I saw the HK417 has the same design pretty much but larger caliber round so I saved up and bought one of those, although everyone else didn't want to spend that much so got the HK416) He owns his own HK416 and a .30-06, a .338, a .308, about 5 shotguns, and I think to .45 Desert Eagles !!

The reason my entire family and my closest friends are so prepared, "weird" as a lot of people call us for being so prepared, is because my father was in the Marines for 25 years and saw a lot of stuff, my wife's father was as well but isn't like my father that much, they are friends and co-own a business together but not that similar. Also my wife prefers being around my family because hers barely treat her like family and we have treated her like family since we first started dating. Anyway, the reason we are all so prepared are because of my schizophrenic father instilling his schizophrenic tendencies in me, me instilling them in my wife and friends, and us all living so close lol. So when the SHTF, we are ready to survive.

I hope my post wasn't too long. As I said in the beginning of my post, I LOVE this shit and I get into it A LOT !!!! So, I apologize for the extremely long post. Take care folks.

I am a lying asshat! Turd is my name and scat is my game...
4 years 5 weeks ago, 1:11 AM

ScramasaxDurango

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Nov 2010
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Ferguson

I salute your post. I am... astounded.

TXSG would presumably deploy in such a scenario, and I guess a stadium makes a logical rally point?

If we were cut off or separated though (I'm going to assume this happens while I'm at home, not at school, since I live about two-hundred yards from the stadium here) and I absolutely had to run to the stadium, here's what I'd bring:

--six-gallon drum of water that I keep in my Explorer

--my hatchet, machete, steel shark gaffe, splitting maul, mattock, and sledgehammer (to be issued to people who didn't bring firearms, with the hatchet and maul being kept for myself)

--My 12-gauge as a primary, my .357 as a secondary

--the Mauser stashed for later (sentimental value, but not so useful at close quarters)

--My Mosin-Nagant with the foot-long bayonet and open sights and our big butcher's cleaver as a secondary, my scoped Savage/Stevens .22 magnum, and my mom's Tanfoglio handgun for my parents

--big rolls of chicken wire and barbed wire in the garage, could be used to help barricade entrances to the stadium

--MRE's and canned food from our well-stocked pantry

--Journal/laptop so I could record what was going on, radio messages, frequencies, etc.

--My SG radio set and my Vietnam-vintage ground-to-air radios so I could communicate with friendlies in the surrounding area and negotiate a rescue

--Big toolbox from the garage, a crowbar, hacksaw (just all-around handy for getting through obstacles in case we have to travel from place to place)

--bright red duct tape to leave signals and markers, matte brown and digicamo duct tape for repairs to clothing, outer garments, plain silver duct tape for everything else. Superglue (can also be used to close wounds as long as you get the arsenic-free kind), and black electrical tape.

--water purification system, as I'm not sure how long we'd be isolated

--BATTERIES

--bible

--big first-aid kit

--camping gear that's already in the Explorer, including a change of clothes

--leather jackets, orange waterproof jacket, Army Gore-Tex jacket, bandannas (to go around face), goggles, safety glasses, gas mask, gloves, hats, knit caps, hoodies, chemical aprons (from chemistry class, I usually have a couple around), clear welding mask, respirators, surgical masks, latex gloves: keep as much of the face, hands, and skin covered as possible, as we wouldn't know how the infection was spread, and it would be a bad idea to get zombie fluids on bare skin. Leather is waterproof.

--Extra gasoline to burn bodies, preventing infection from spreading

--muriatic acid, for body disposal (not just zombie infection, but other "normal" infections as well)

--Coleman stove and lantern, and propane

--backpacks and boots, to carry gear

--compasses and topographic maps in case we have to hike out

Most of this stuff is already stored in our garage or as part of the emergency kit in my Explorer. We'd have room for it all, as well as other survivors (I'd pick up my SG friend John on the way there), since my parents drive some sort of big Honda SUV (I can't remember the specific model name) and I drive an Explorer with a big cargo pod on top. I want a lot of extra weapons, as I think that the more survivors we have working together in a coordinated fashion, the better chance we all stand. Remember: every one of our dead converts to one of theirs. So it's not advantageous to leave other survivors out in the cold, but rather, it's advantageous to work together. Resources would probably not become scarce, as for the state of emergency to get to the point described in the first post, I'm going to guess that 75-90% of humanity had to be killed or converted. That leaves plenty of stuff for the rest of us, at least in the short run until most of the zombie horde can be put down.

Finally, my stepfather is not a gun person at all, but he is a dentist. That may not sound useful at first, but remember that dentists have most of the same training that any other general practitioner would, and then some. For example, he worked in an ER for a while in a really crappy part of town (I believe during his internship?) and did stuff like helping sew up gunshot wounds. In other words, even though he isn't a marksman or anything, he would still be a useful member of the team, since one of us is going to get sick or injured in an accident eventually, and medical care is going to be sparse and hard to find. We're going to need a medic. A lot of other "non-gun" people are still going to be useful to us in various ways, even if all they do is keep a lookout, scout, or play go-fer. Somebody has to fetch the water, after all, and run it through our purifier. Those of us who are defending the camp can't do everything. That's why I don't believe in leaving any other survivors out in the cold.

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