Step 1: How to Kill a Zombie
Step 2: Weapons
an obvious weapon choice, however choosing the right one is the challenge.
Personally would choose the M14, it is acurrate, simple, and as for weight i'm sure it's nothing I can't handle
Small, light, and simple weapon to clean
I would chose either a hushpuppy or an M1911 (or both). The hushpuppy is nearly silent with a supressor, but a small magazine of 7 rounds makes it to small to fend off a hord. The M1911 has a regular sized magazine and good stopping power.
- short hand melee weapon
small, fairly light, and very affective against the undead
I would bring a hatchet. It can be used as a weapon, a chopping tool, and the butt of the hatchet can be used as a hammer
Cuts through bone like butter
But lets be honest, where am I going to get a KATANA, a machete or a kukri would be a good substitute
Fire is an important asset in your apocolypse survival arsenal. But you need to know how to use it, don't just throw it at a couple of zombies. Use it only on the run from a horde. once you throw it you will have light the zombies on fire (obviously). Now another problem surfaces. THEY'RE ON FIRE!! This is a simple problem to fix, just make sure that they don't touch you or anything flammable. Any tissue on their body will burn away within a few minutes. They can be packaged in a bag stuffed with rags or tissues
small, useful, and lethally precise,
A trench knife was designed to punch through steel helmets, perfect.
not as accessable to the average civillian as other items on this list but it is possible to get one if you know the right people. (cops, military personnel, rambo, etc..) good for dispersing hordes but the odds of the shrapnel hitting the brain is slim
silent and deadly in the right hands
a gun is nothing without its bullets
at least 500 rounds of primary rifle ammunition
at least 200 rounds of pistol ammuniion
at least a full quiver of arrows/bolts
Step 3: Other Useful Things
-duct tape (solves the worlds problems
-rope (and a basic knowledge of knot tying)
-wallet (with money)
-safety knife (glass breaker, seat belt cutter, half serrated blade)
-first aid kit
- strike anywhere matches (or a strike on box matches)
-flint and steel
-poncho (can be used as a temporary shelter)
-a rubix cube and playing cards (for entertainment)
Gather up a bunch of your friendsd and family to bring with you. Make sure that everyone has a useful skill. growing plants, shooting, archery skills, wilderness survival, even knitting.
Step 4: Zombie Proofing Your Home
1. board the windows completely and make sure that no light comes through
2. destroy the stairs, zombies can't climb
3. block off all doors
4. fill up all sinks and bathtubs to create an adequete water system (just before the zombies get to your house)
5. stock up on food; grow tomatoes, stock up the pantry, grow animals (keep them isolated from any and all infection)
Step 5: Vehicles
A jeep would be a good choice for its of road capability and carrying capacity, it can be easily modified with hillbilly armor or a gun.
Most pickup trucks don't have off road capabilities, but has good storage space and can easily be modified with a cabin in the bed or a gun.
Like the flatbed, a minivan has no offroad capabilities but has a great carrying capacity. It can also be modified with guns.