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Old 05-23-2012, 09:39 PM   #286
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I need one of those!

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Now, as to all you gun fans. What do you do when your favorite ballistic toy jams, or runs out of ammo?



If you lack a good zombie-slicing chainsaw bayonet attachment, you're likely plain zombie fodder.
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Old 05-23-2012, 09:57 PM   #287
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Yeah, this was the solution to the "armored alien zombie" invasion. Just shoot the flying saucer! API!
Zombies or Hostile Flying Objects (HFOs), this cigar-chomping chap has the answer:




A good ole Triple-Gatling hand-portable weapon.




If in doubt just over-compensate.


When plain cordite isn't lighting your wick any longer, its time to upgrade . . . electrically . . .



18 Shot Repeat Coilgun

Somewhat different from Railguns are what are termed Coilguns.
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Coilguns consist of one or more coils arranged along a barrel. The coils are switched on and off in sequence, causing the projectile to be accelerated quickly along the barrel via magnetic forces. Coilguns are distinct from railguns, which pass a large current through the projectile or sabot via sliding contacts. Coilguns and railguns also operate on different principles. The first operational coilgun was developed and patented by Norwegian physicist Kristian Birkeland.
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Old 05-24-2012, 06:04 AM   #288
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If you lack a good zombie-slicing chainsaw bayonet attachment, you're likely plain zombie fodder.
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Yet another Chainsaw Bayonet.

A Chainsaw Bayonet Strapped to an AR-15 Rifle is the Ultimate Zombie Killing Weapon


(note: Do not open the next link if someone easily offended is nearby and can view YOUR screen . . . . particularly if that person is your boss! You have been warned)
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Discussion: Is chainsaw a practical weapon?


(from Zombie Survival wiki)

But, says you, "I want a really BIG chainsaw!"



"No - no - no," says you. "A really BIG chainsaw!"

Well?

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Old 05-25-2012, 08:04 AM   #290
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:30 AM   #291
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Old 05-25-2012, 08:59 AM   #292
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I see a future business opportunity when the SHTF... ZBG! Zombie be gone.

wait a minute....NO CAB? forget it!
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Old 05-25-2012, 02:57 PM   #293
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yes i am, thanks for asking
good. you're not too far by boat from my location. zombies don't swim. we can work together.
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I see a future business opportunity when the SHTF... ZBG! Zombie be gone.

wait a minute....NO CAB? forget it!


That problem is not hard to remedy-



Just retro-fit one Operator Cab for Heavy Machinery, preferably with the optional Anti-Zombie Intrusion Cage.

. . . . . .

Side note- I did look into the concept of attaching a layer of Zombie Paper, but concluded that just ripping off the skin from a zombie may not really slow it down.
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Just looking further-

Top 5 Pros & Cons Regarding an Underwater Site as a Zombie Defense


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Just a quick comment to poster number 1. Dead bodies float, yes, but an underwater facility in that, underwater. You prolly wouldn’t be able to float to it. You’ll have to swim, and I have no idea i zombies can do that.
Liked the responses on that site. Scariest thing in the sea? Zombie "SHARKS! or worse, BLUE WHALES! or worse, GIANT ZOMBIE SQUID!"

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Ha Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!!!!!
What is not so funny for males:



Zombie Street Walker

...she may give you a whore-able fright when she suggests oral-genital contamination . . . for a small fee.
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That problem is not hard to remedy-
Just retro-fit one Operator Cab for Heavy Machinery, preferably with the optional Anti-Zombie Intrusion Cage.






. . . . . .

Side note- I did look into the concept of attaching a layer of Zombie Paper, but concluded that just ripping off the skin from a zombie may not really slow it down.
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I reached some intermediate conclusion as to protection and fighting zombies.

• Wearing a good sharkproof suit (with built-in temperature management), and topped with good fullface helmet with reinforced visor & rearview mirrors (possessing some nightvision capability) with enhanced neck-protection (covers that gap). . . for starters. Food, Drink and Sleep Carapace Backpack to keep healthy. Back-up batteries for power-weapons also packed in this.

• A variety of offensive weaponry - main contender: Telescopic Quarterstaff with pop-out chainsaw tip (with backup machete tip for when the fuel is depleted).
• Backup weaponry for close combat - a good Capt America type shield with pop-out centrespike, power cutters & hackers, plain machete & long bowie knife. Most of this stuff slung over shoulder or on belt.
• A telescopic baton with pop-out blade tips is the final hand-held weapon (carried on belt), but the hands & wrists have folding (wrist-mounted) wrap-around bash-blade (Right Hand) and Telescopic Over-fist Cookie Cutter (Left Hand). These wrist-mounted weapons are the non-discardable final Close Fight & Escape items. They also protect one from being immobilized, through handcuffing, by Zombie-sympathetic Police & Security Staff.

• Secondary weaponry - to slow or incapacitate hordes of zombies to facilitate escape: including slippery foam aerosol dispensers, vision & sound blocking cloud aerosol dispensers, and plain old flash grenades.

Now have I omitted anything?

• Hmmm! Those Kangaroo Spring Leg-things for enhanced speed on foot, height, and mobility. Need to be quick-discard (velcro?) for when one's knocked down. Oh, yes - Some Padding for impact protection.

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So that's the initial version of vortexau- Zombie Fighter. (Worthy of a comic-book?)
(Late inclusion - that pop-out centrespike on the shield does a spring-open Scissors-effect .. hard to explain .. but capable of splattering the impaled head of a zombie- sort of self-cleaning!)
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