Zombie Week 2016 continues! Today lets talk about weapons for a zombie apocalypse. These weapons will work great to get you through a zombie uprising.
Even though I am a huge fan of the zombie genre I do not believe zombies apocalypse will ever actually occur. For me, it is more metaphorically. So This article could be used for weapons for whatever two legged vermin during an SHTF.
It is easier to talk about bashing in a zombies brain than your neighbor that is hungry. That is why I talk about building community. I would rather give a neighbor a bag of rice over a bullet.
Zombie Books And Movies You Need To Check Out Now!
Toda’s video is all about Zombie Books And Movies You Need To check out. What I’m calling Zombie Week 2016 is in full swing. I have seen and read a lot of zombie fiction over the years. Much of it pretty terrible. Like Zombies On A Plane…Other are great.
I have seen and read a lot of zombie fiction over the years. Much of it pretty terrible. Like Zombies On A Plane…Other are great.
In the video I talk about the Zombie Books And Movies that I like. And mention a few I don’t like.
Survival Instructions For The Zombie Apocalypse Infographic
It’s the week leading up to Halloween and I love it. Zombies are what got me into survival. It’s a silly way to get into it but it’s true.
Today I have Survival Instructions For The Zombie Apocalypse Infographic for you. I found this on Pinterest from Grocery Coupon Network. Proof that everyone loves zombies.
The Survival Instructions For The Zombie Apocalypse Infographic begins with zombie speed in media. You can see that for the most part, they have got faster over the years. With the exception of the Walking Dead Tv Show.
Fast Zombies scare me.
The survival supplies section is pretty sparse but accurate. 1 gallon of water per person per day, non-perishable food and first aid.
The weapons section relies solely on melee weapons. No guns on the list. I feel this is a mistake. Nothing beats a subsonic .22 to kill zombies.
The Survival Instructions For The Zombie Apocalypse Infographic ends with info on barter goods. The three categories it lists is Alcohol, Ammunition, and Gasoline. Those are a good start.
I would add entertainment and precious metals to that list. Silver and gold have always had value. Initially in a zombie outbreak, they would not but afterward, yes. For entertainment, I mean books, magazines etc. People always want distractions from the world.
This Ghost Run review almost didn’t happen. Or at least this soon. I have a love hate relationship with my spam filter. Yes it saves me from weeny pills but it catches important things too. In the case being emailed by a major publisher about the newest release of my favorite zombie series it was wrong.
Ghost Run takes part in a ravaged Southern U.S dominated by hordes of Undead. While on a supplies run the main character picks up a distress call. The possibility of a cure makes him abandon returning to safety. With no turning back he leads a one-man rescue mission. Success means hope for all of humanity. Failure means the eventual end for all and joining the ranks of the undead.