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Posted 17 October 2009 - 09:07 PM

Realistic top 5 items to have on you

1)Sawed off pump shotgun with plenty of ammo. 20 gauge might be better because you can carry more ammo but it is still plenty of stopping power.

2)fire starter.

3)Kukri machete. Blades don't run out of ammo. Good tool too.

4) A way to carry or purify water

5)flashlight

A good high cap handgun with good stopping power would also be nice.
Beef jerky/rice/dried fruits/etc
compass/.map

clothing that can not be ripped/bitten through would be priceless

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Posted 17 October 2009 - 09:32 PM

Mine was a serious suggestion. The local lowes has 5 main doors. 2 of which are garage like and made of steel. seel those and the other doors (sliding glass... weld shut?)
if i remember correctly, most nail guns use compressed air. (atleast ive seen em like that at lowes i think...) also, get a ladder and i can cut a hole in the roof (maybe...)
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Posted 17 October 2009 - 10:07 PM

Initially, what I would do in a extremely sudden and mass outbreak is:
1) Arm myself, my dad, and my little brother (all have handled firearms/involved in hunting).
2) Get in the 4wd truck with all the guns I got in my basement (approx 10) with all the ammo I got.
Bring as much water (got a bunch of containers for that) and all the nonperishable food and as much extra food as we can. Bring some bikes if we can (depends on whether its classic slow zombies or 28 days later runners).
Possibly bring some quads (ATVs).
As much extra fuel as we can bring.
3) Drive out into the of nowhere and find a secure building.

Ideal weapons (these also depend on slow moving vs runners):
1. Machete. Good length. No ammo needed, just bring a wet stone. Multipurpose. / a lightweight Crowbar. OR even better than those: A SPIKE KNUCKLED BOWIE KNIFE
2. 20 gauge shotgun. Semi auto. Full choke = tighter groupings. Lighter than a 12gauge. Can hold more shells on my person than a 12ie.
3. Still debating on the ideal rifle but I would always have my two .22s (light, plenty ammo, bounce affect inside the skull).
4. For the initial outbreak I would just bring all 10 or so firearms. (which includes 3 12gauges, .410 shotgun, 2 .22s (one with a little scope), model 99 .300 Savage (lever action), .303 (essentially an old bolt action lee enfield in a parker hale body with some nice iron sights) and a few others I'm missing.
5. Some form of light, tight fitting, comfortable, flexible body armor in the long run. Oh and maybe some of those silver underpants that the SAS uses(I think its them that uses them?) that kills off bacteria and is basically self cleaning that you can wear for 2 months straight or something. (Not 100% on the info I got on that)

Eventually I will look for a more secure complex. Maybe after the majority of people are infected I may look for a military complex that is located AWAY from any sort of town or city. I chose this for a couple reasons. A few firearms should hopefully still be present along with some vehicles and HOPEFULLY an APC. The APC would be my "the poop has hit the fan" escape vehicle (as long as I can find some manual on how to operate it =P). Usually, surrounded by electric fencing and concrete walls. If not then hopefully we can build addition walls (maybe create some sort of courtyard where we could set up a garden to grow food. Security cameras (as far as I know).
Also we might pick up my cousins (also skilled in the use of firearms) and in the long run @ the military complex a few kickass survivor/s who I know I could count on 200% to not do something stupid.

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Posted 17 October 2009 - 10:19 PM

View PostIron__Man, on Oct 17 2009, 11:45 PM, said:

ok, now lets get more specific and realistic.

consider we're dealing with a level 5 outbreak, a "dead world", basically all the worst parts of the bible, and dawn of the dead. all electricity from the grid will be off in a matter of hours or days. water will be off as well. gas pumps, off. i cant get too specific because of variables like regions of outbreak, speed of the outbreak, etc. but if you think about it, the world and all the utilities will begin shutting down immediately. so remember, resources of all kinds will be severely and quickly limited and/or dwindling.

if you get into uber detail, the worl becomes ALOT more dangerous and perilous as the seriousness of the issue is prolonged. nuclear power plants, oil tankers, airplanes, militaries, etc.

you might even have to survive a nuclear winter if a military decided to nuke the country to avoid the spread or limit the number of zombies. who knows. the point is, be careful with your plans, because in the worst case scenario that it DOES actually happen, you might wish you had serious answers....


Well going by this scenerio nothing less than a fallout shelter will do.
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Posted 17 October 2009 - 11:03 PM

This is why I live WAY out in the middle of nowhere with a well, an annual garden, and guns.

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 09:55 AM

View PostGravdigr, on Oct 18 2009, 01:19 AM, said:

View PostIron__Man, on Oct 17 2009, 11:45 PM, said:

ok, now lets get more specific and realistic.

consider we're dealing with a level 5 outbreak, a "dead world", basically all the worst parts of the bible, and dawn of the dead. all electricity from the grid will be off in a matter of hours or days. water will be off as well. gas pumps, off. i cant get too specific because of variables like regions of outbreak, speed of the outbreak, etc. but if you think about it, the world and all the utilities will begin shutting down immediately. so remember, resources of all kinds will be severely and quickly limited and/or dwindling.

if you get into uber detail, the worl becomes ALOT more dangerous and perilous as the seriousness of the issue is prolonged. nuclear power plants, oil tankers, airplanes, militaries, etc.

you might even have to survive a nuclear winter if a military decided to nuke the country to avoid the spread or limit the number of zombies. who knows. the point is, be careful with your plans, because in the worst case scenario that it DOES actually happen, you might wish you had serious answers....


Well going by this scenerio nothing less than a fallout shelter will do.

well, i went for the extreme, to drive the point home. if it did come to that, everyone might as well kiss their own butts goodbye.. except those with a fallout shelter. but realistically, any urban area would probably become a sesspool of destruction, death, and zombies in a matter of weeks. and thats not including the stink. not to mention that barring nuclear weapons, nuclear powerplants at best would shut down, not melt down. oil tankers would just not hit anything, instead of spilling tons of oil and ruining coastlines, etc. see, i come from the aspect that zombies are easily dealt with. headshot, or disintegration. its the rest of the world that'll kill you. unless you get a horde too big to deal with.
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 10:19 AM

Well.... I need more information on zombies before I set up any kind of plan.

There are 2 types of zombies: A- Re-animated corpses that eat human flesh. B- Living people converted into zombies by some form of infection.

1- How much of a corpses is required for it to be reanimated?
2- If zombies require human flesh as food, how long can a zombie last without sustenance?
3- If no live humans are left will zombies eat each other?
4- Does zombieism ONLY affect humans? Do animal zombies require human flesh as well or flesh of their own species?
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 03:15 PM

interesting questions puz!

i go by the zombie survival manual's rules. meaning hours to die and re animate the subject. the subject is "super human" for a while until the body naturally begins to decompose and disintegrate.

zombies are caused by a transittable virus, meaning bites, and fluid contact= exposure. (solanum i believe is the virus name)

1. a non destroyed brain if subject was alive when exposed to the virus, will create a zombie.

2. according to the survival manual, they dont really "digest" it. they just eat out of compulsion, which vicariously transmitts the virus. so for the first couple of days the zombie will be along the lines of the 28days later type of zombie (super strong, runner type), and after a week or so they become the slow shambling groaning type, as they decompose.

3.no. zombies only go for living flesh, the virus drives them to eat it, which infects new victims.

4. i dont remember, lets just say for simplicity's sake the virus only affects humans. although zombies will eat animals, the virus does not create animal zombies. if it did, we'd all be completely screwed.


so all in all, zombies are dawn of the dead style, starting off fast, and strong, then they get slower and decompose. they only eat fresh meat, no zombie cannibalism, and they follow the survival guide's profile, constantly honing in on food, groaning, attracted to sound, sight, smell, and other zombies groaning in interest. so, remember kids, if you accidentally get one zombie's attention, the others will hear and come over to investigate as well, and they wont stop. they're dead, and have nothing better to do than to eat you.
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 03:28 PM

one zombie groaning is like someone ringing a dinner bell
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 06:33 PM

I read the Zombie Survival guide and came to a conclusion. Keeping on the move is a good option, get out into rural areas, possibly and preferably with mountains, or cold weather. I may hate cold weather, but it would be a good idea. I'd probably, once things calm down, make runs into cities and grab things. Stuff like computer parts, movies, external hard drives, ammunition, clothes, canned and dried goods after what i have supplied runs out.

To answer Puzuma. Zombies are from a virus called Solanum, it does not effect animals, it kills them, also their flesh is toxic. Zombies do not eat for sustenance, they eat out of compulsion, they can be full of even more than 200 pounds of human flesh in them. They will eat until they literally burst like a pimple full of flesh, and they will not stop. The body is a tool to a zombie, nothing more.

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 06:35 PM

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 06:50 PM

View PostAnti Hero, on Oct 18 2009, 08:33 PM, said:

I read the Zombie Survival guide and came to a conclusion. Keeping on the move is a good option, get out into rural areas, possibly and preferably with mountains, or cold weather. I may hate cold weather, but it would be a good idea. I'd probably, once things calm down, make runs into cities and grab things. Stuff like computer parts, movies, external hard drives, ammunition, clothes, canned and dried goods after what i have supplied runs out.



Tickfaw?
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 06:53 PM

View Postpvt. Leonard L. Church, on Oct 18 2009, 06:50 PM, said:

Tickfaw?


What?
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Posted 18 October 2009 - 07:53 PM

wouldn't mosquitoes spread the zombie disease?

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Posted 18 October 2009 - 08:04 PM

View PostAnti Hero, on Oct 18 2009, 08:53 PM, said:

View Postpvt. Leonard L. Church, on Oct 18 2009, 06:50 PM, said:

Tickfaw?


What?


Exaclty. Thats how far away it is! To get to tickfaw you have to first go to nowhere!

But the Village of tickfaw is a tiny town in louisiana that is about 100 square feet, has a population of like -7, and is very out of the way. ever see children of the corn? its like that place with less corn, children, and evil spirits... though im not sure about the last one...


the mosquito thing might be a problem
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