Preparing for Zombie attack

Discuss survival and preparedness strategies. What will you do when the zombies come to get us?

Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby zephyp » Thu, 01 Apr 2010 22:58:01

Taggure wrote:
zephyp wrote:And back again by popular demand - the zombie speaker !!!!! This one definitely needs to eat some brains as it will be the only ones she has... :whistle:


Ok How would you like to wake up to her every morning? YUCK!


I could think of several grandiose ideas...most would involve someone waking up gagged and tied down... :whistle:
No more catchy slogans for me...I am simply fed up...4...four...4...2+2...

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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby Quigley » Sat, 03 Apr 2010 00:12:45

I think preparing for a zombie attack is just like preparing for any other SHTF scenario. You need food, water, and lots of ammo :clap:. As far as anybody believing in actual zombies... give me a break :roll: .


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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby zephyp » Sat, 03 Apr 2010 13:21:43

Quigley wrote:I think preparing for a zombie attack is just like preparing for any other SHTF scenario. You need food, water, and lots of ammo :clap:. As far as anybody believing in actual zombies... give me a break :roll: .


Obviously you dont watch the news or pay attention to what goes on in DC... :clap:
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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby Taggure » Mon, 05 Apr 2010 15:34:46

Yes I Do

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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby zombiekiller57 » Tue, 06 Apr 2010 00:37:09

That's why I bought my FNH 5.7 at the last Gun Show. Being able to carry 60 rounds out of the box is awesome. Zombies beware
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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby jrswanson1 » Tue, 17 Aug 2010 14:26:57

Anyone going to this? http://www.contagion2010.us/

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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby Mindflayer » Tue, 17 Aug 2010 14:45:53

http://wwzrt.com - need content! :)


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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby xflip14 » Tue, 17 Aug 2010 16:19:22

Mindflayer wrote:http://wwzrt.com - need content! :)


HA i love it
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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby KaosDad » Tue, 17 Aug 2010 17:22:56

Wow - SuperBump. Oh well, might as well jump back in.....


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Hmmm, Interesting. I don't pay Cracked.com much attention, but I thought that was some sort of humor site?


Yes, it is. As some of us may remember, "Cracked" was launched against "Mad." Foolish children, no one takes on Mad Magazine and wins. Anyway - it was resurrected as a webzine, it'c cornerstone being; "{X} reasons {something horrid} could/could not happen" Usually David Wong does some good stuff, but it gets old really fast.

Oh look! A follow up! http://www.cracked.com/article_18683_7-scientific-reasons-zombie-outbreak-would-fail-quickly.html
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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby kanata67 » Wed, 22 Dec 2010 16:49:33

Over the summer one of the UF kids hacked 2 of the trailer road construction message signs to say "Zombie attack, Evacuate immediately" . Confused some of the elderly in town :hysterical: .

I used to live in Gainesville and now live about 34 miles away so it's nice that I'm not the only one in the area who believes in protecting cute coed's :roll:

as for a shtf situation I believe in forethought and being prepared. I moved to a semi rural 1 acre property and promptly planted clumping bamboo along the fence line to make a living wall. Planted fruit and citrus trees. fixed the second well and bought a easily installable hand pump [why does everybody forget water?]

as for protection...

bows are nice, quite, and the ammo can be recovered.
that said I think the ideal would be sitting on your roof when the zombies come with...
sniper rifle for distance
hunting rifle for a little closer
ar15 for closer than that and the occasional mob
pump shotgun for real close
semi-auto pistol for even closer
revolver as back up when reloading the above
Remmington chain saw on a stick for when they are trying to get on the roof
then there are the swords...

almost there :roll:
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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby Kreutz » Thu, 23 Dec 2010 09:12:40

Remember, you don't need to outrun the zombies, you just need to outrun the person next to you!


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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby CCFan » Wed, 23 Mar 2011 21:03:33

Bump....

Anyone got the Outdoor Channel? Shooting Gallery right now - a full 30 minutes of Michael Bane discussing Zombies... cracks me up watching this!
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Re: Preparing for Zombie attack

Postby Reverenddel » Thu, 24 Mar 2011 13:23:53

I think I would have engraved, "Smile! Wait for the Flash!"

Not my own slogan, but I do so love it.


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