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#8 - blasthardcheese (09/09/2012) [-]
ITT:Zombie survival kits
Range Rover Tangi- Worked on a bunch of pissed off frankies, will work on zombies.
.22 Rife- Not the best, granted, but the most common rifle in my country (N.Ireland).
Axe- Blunt end for bludgeoning, sharp end for chopping, multi-use weapon.
Hatchet- Close-range zombie ****** .
Crowbar- Personal favorite, again, will serve as a close range weapon, but also prying open crates of food/ammo.

Post yours! Be as realistic as possible.
User avatar #208 to #8 - sniperfusion (09/09/2012) [-]
i have a dragon i can just fly over them and fire breath them as im shooting them with my crossbow
i have trained for it for 5 years and is now able to resist RUS ROH DAH shouts
User avatar #162 to #8 - aBlindMoron (09/09/2012) [-]
.22 hunting rifle (incredibly common; so is ammo)
.22 snub-nosed revolver with a suppressor
A katana
User avatar #215 to #162 - Charizard (09/09/2012) [-]
Suppressors don't work on revolvers except for glorious Nagant M1895.
User avatar #234 to #215 - aBlindMoron (09/09/2012) [-]
... I'll use a pillow, then.
User avatar #76 to #8 - odonnell (09/09/2012) [-]
Bike: I cycle a lot, Doesn't use fuel like a car, easy to repair, doesn't require keys to start, makes next to no noise and can fit through most openings. Con- You'll get wet if its raining and you cant knock down the infected.
Tikka 6.5x55: Already own one for game hunting near Stirling.
Pocket Multi-tool: Repairs and smaller build work.
Baseball Bat + Some nails: Close range mauling.
User avatar #37 to #8 - GhandisPimpCane (09/09/2012) [-]
A .22 ruger since i know how to clean and strip the rifle, also .22 rounds are cheap abudant and light. I would have a tomahawk due to it being light and of course a weapon. Still debating on the pistol if i should go .22 so i can use same ammo, a 9mm quite common and light, .45 because somewhat common and one headshot would end a zombie no matter what. Last but not least a good bike
User avatar #36 to #8 - fuckya (09/09/2012) [-]
A DMR, (dont really care what type most likely a MK14 because America) for those longer distance rapid shots.
Beretta, throwing axes (cqb + distance if needed). and a Hatchet or tomahawk (not because of CoD but because its a great multipurpose weapon).
User avatar #27 to #8 - superunclesam (09/09/2012) [-]
Full sized suppressed 9mm (wide abundance of ammo, especially subsonic) probably glock 17 due to widely available magazines for glocks.
Back up pistol (My Sigarms P229 .357/.40) and magazines.
A suppressed, tactical 5.56X45, 16" barrel (or shorter if I can get one in the future) AR-15 style rifle (AR-15 has an easily available and wide variety of parts and magazines).
A Ka-Bar combat knife.
One of those neat multi-tools you see above that's like a hatchet, crowbar, hammer combo.
#24 to #8 - chest (09/09/2012) [-]
A 12 gauge, a .308, snub-nose .32 for concealment in case of savages, a boot-knife, and a corwbar. Pretty realistic seeing as how I have them all minus the .32.
#12 to #8 - nahingerii (09/09/2012) [-]
We live in the same country sir
User avatar #15 to #12 - blasthardcheese (09/09/2012) [-]
Cool! From what part do you hail?
#49 to #15 - nahingerii (09/09/2012) [-]
/Glengormley (Belfast) you?
User avatar #491 to #49 - blasthardcheese (09/11/2012) [-]
Sorry, bit late, toward Newry.
User avatar #10 to #8 - hitterdude (09/09/2012) [-]
melee weapon-stick
gun-a bb gun
User avatar #221 to #10 - sniperfusion (09/09/2012) [-]
the awkward moment when i live in Australia and you are only aloud semi-automatic guns
but i have a machette and many paintball guns
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