Zombie apocalypse

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    Zombie apocalypse

    Shows like the walking dead though fiction are good fun survival shows. You can replace zombie's with other means in which this world is thrown into a survival mode where money and gold are not as important as supplies, firearms and food. The best thing about that show isn't even the zombie factor it's the drama in daily life among people left behind and left to deal with survival. What firearms would you choose to carry and other weapons and explain the advantages or disadvantages of each. Consider ammo supply and edged weapons and archery as well. Remember Zombie's are attracted to general "noise" and to stop them you have to stop their brain from functioning.

    Cold Steel tanto bladed long machete majority of close up stuff.

    My Benelli M1 Super 90 to fend off major close herds of walkers..

    High capacity semi-auto pistol with plenty of magazines for medium range walkers

    A silenced bolt action 17 HMR to pick them off at a distance in groups..

    j frame last resort pocket gun on me at all times for walkers and those who may catch me off guard without my other weapons

    any ideas?
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    10/22 and subsonic ammo?

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    Ka-bar kukri for up close and personal
    Glock 17, midrange for dependability capacity and ease of carry
    870 with a high capacity, shells are easy to find, best for groups close range
    AR with as many mags as possible, good for all around situations
    Ruger 10/22 with subsonic loads if possible- mid to long range without much noise

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    One of the bigger blades from zombietools.net for close range.

    An Ar rifle (300 blackout) suppressed for sniping. Regular 5.56 for hordes.
    Pistol for short range, ny reload defense. Break-down 10-22 also.
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    Would definitely want a .22lr. Carry 100's of rounds without all the weight of bigger rounds.
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    Zombie Apocalypse banter...I dig it!

    All the firearm stuff...10/22 (what Clutch said^^^^), handguns, and a shotty is a must. I'm thinking some sort of long rifle and who doesn't need an AR to fend of the hoards of walking dead? I'm also thinking some sort of fixed bland knife and/or quality hatchet....maybe a machete.

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    Close range-machete
    Handgun range-multiple handguns
    Medium range-sks,Mossberg 930spx, ak47, hi point carbine
    Long range-22-250,30-06, .270
    Super long range-Sig dmr

    But that's what I would have, I lost all those in a boating.accident. sucks.....

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    Just buy all the Zombies a one-way bus ticket to Denver to join all of the Damnorats in the State House.

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    I'd think a good 22 would be the most valuable firearm.
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    Machette
    .22lr
    G23
    870
    Radio flyer wagon (how else am I going to tote all of the ammo)
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    And if I had to pick just one... I would take the AR

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    I'm with Bmoliv66....if 1 choice, going with an AR! add a bayonet and you have a good all around defensive weapon.

    AR-15 with a bayonet, 6-10 mags (high capacity ammunition magazine clips or to those of us that are "GUN NUTS" standard cap AR mags) and a RADIO FLYER (Blake ) to tote all that ammo
    Machete, Good sized fixed blade & a Fireman's Axe
    Crossbow with an optic preferably
    .40 cal or better with a few mags and lots of ammo
    Fire making material for flanking and drawing attention......I realize that you scouts could make fire from a tennis racquet some beer caps and a rubber band but I prefer the cheaters way lighter/torch and some fuel!

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    Those Damnocrats in Denver already have the Zombies locked in a bunker under the capital. They are just waiting for new gun restrictions to go into effect before they release them on the general public.

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    The hardest part of zombie apacolypse is pretending im not excited.
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    Plasma rifle in the 40 watt range.
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