First, Tass, NEVER advertise that you have illegal weaponry! You may be fighting for your life before you are really ready
I would agree with DR here on most points. Another good alternative to the .308 is the .223. I say this mainly because your adversary (s) will most
likely be using that size so you should be able to scavenge ammo for the next battle (provided you survive).
The handgun is a given yet I would probably lean toward the 9mm for the same reasons as above. I could be wrong but I thought the new officer side arm
was a 9?
Shotgun is essential!! 12GA and make sure you have a variety of shot sizes for different applications. OO Buck is probably the most effective
antipersonel round out there for distances under 200 ft. Imagine 9 .34 Calibre bullets (actually pellets) all hitting at once, needless to say it
makes a BIG hole.
The .22 is a good idea since you WILL be eating squirrel, Rabbit and pretty much anything else that moves. Fishing supplies are always a good idea as
As far as water, DR covered it nicely.
Another thing you will probably want would be those "space blankets" they sell at camping stores and whatnot. They work wonders for keeping you
invisible to IR imaging systems, not to mention keep you warm in the winter
Anything else you want to bring along that is electric you will want an alternative "fuel" source for. Crank radio. Solar panel to charge 12V
batteries ect. Don't expect to have electricity if the Fecal matter hits the air circulation unit