We’ve all imagined ourselves in the zombie apocalypse, surrounded by a horde of zombies. Through this visual tension, however, we remain calm…our katana reflecting the light of the setting sun as we raise the blade in confidence. As we swing, the heads of the undead soar away in musical unison. Not a single movement is lost to a wasted stride or step. We are death to the dead. We are artists of survival; our blade is our brush, the land we defend…our canvas. Ok, back to reality. Though we can’t downplay the importance of mental preparation, most of us will never even pick up a katana, let alone see one in person. Odds are, the skill required to wield...
Pictured: My chainsaw. I'll kill all zombies with chainsaws and a life time supply of gas!
Pictured: Melee Weapons collection (knives, swords, axes, etc.) plus Mosin Nagant and a bow.
From top: 2 Walther PPS. 40 and Kimber Ultra. Second row: Colt Python .357, S&W 642 w/Crimson Trace grips & High Standard Supermattic Citation .22 LR. Third row starts with the Sig Pro . 40 (w/ Streamlight M-6 flashlight/laser combo) and John Lawson custom series 70 1911 .45. Fourth row with scope is the RedHawk 45 Colt (Burris Scope) and a Bushnell Holosight. Last row: Sig Mosquito .22 LR & S&W 649 Bodyguard and TC Contender w/3 barrels. .357, 22 Magnum and 22 LR.
Pictured: Fellow site viewers, may I introduce you to the infamous claymore sword. It is 4.5 feet of razor-sharp carbon steel weighing 5.5lbs (due to weight and length it is strictly a two-handed weapon). While most melee weapons are 1 hit=1 kill, the claymore can (if lined up properly) obtain a 1 hit=7 kills attack, being able to hit up to/exceed 7 kills per swing. It's length and weight can be removed as a negative factor while fighting.
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From top down: M14 Carbine 7.62, 12 gauge Mossberg, the Sig and Glock are .40 caliber A good start to my anti-zombie solution. No sword or machete present in the collection yet, but this will soon be remedied.
Pictured: 14" 870 along with my DPMS M4
I’m no soldier. I was out of my element. I knew, though, that if I was going to save Crystal, I had to be fast and efficient – get in, get out. Timing was going to be crucial. Steph kept watch on our staircase, looking out of the window to the front gate (we were one of the few residents lucky enough to have a gate), ready to unlock the door and let us in when needed. If there were any zombies tailing us, we were going to have to pack up and get out. Crystal may have had a lucky break with her now undead roommates, having been distracted by something else, but I’m beginning to realize that...
Pictured: this is the SIG 552 commando. it has a kern 4X24 telescopic scope, 8.9inch barrel,30 round magazine of 5.6mm (5.56X45mm) cartridges.It fires 700 rounds a minute, weighs 7.1lb. oh and before i forget it has a 31cm bayonet. and also the stock is collapsible.