posted on Dec, 23 2011 @ 01:29 AM
-zombie snares featuring concertina wire that will snag limbs/clothing. Some beer cans with a pebble inside each, and tied to the wire, will alert us
to the danger of a zombie coming over the wire.
-AR15 with a scope, up in an elevated location, like a water tower, silo, church steeple, college clock tower, etc. (a ladder you can lower, or a
knotted rope for evacuation, is key).
-.45 ACP x 2, once they get in closer
- several molotov cocktails. These are only for the moment when you realize you're being over run, and you need 20 or 30 seconds to distract them
while you escape.
-ceremonial sword. At first, I thought I wanted a sharp blade; but it might get stuck in bone. But then, why not use a baseball bat? Well, I think
the sword would be easier to swing repeatedly, and might be harder for them to grab.
Pray that the zombiepocalypse occurs during the heat of summer, during the rainy. That way, they will rot within three or four days. A cold, dry
winter could drag the whole thing out for weeks.
If you have anything like a body of water near you, you could use it like a moat. If it is stagnant, sprinkle some of the enzymes they make for
septic tanks in the water--it will help dissolve the zombies. At any rate, I think it would slow them down a great deal.
could you find nests of zombies during the day, because of circling buzzards that would be attracted to the stench of rotting flesh? Or coyotes at
night? A badger could give 4 or 5 zombies a real problem. I think a badger is nastier than a zombie, and faster to boot.