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Old 02-20-2012, 10:29 PM   #1
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okay okay okay.. just imagine the world just had a massive ZOMBIE outbreak. You only get three weapons, what would they be and why?

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Old 02-20-2012, 10:32 PM   #2
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o by the way you must be able to carry them with you, so probably no bazookas lol
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It's always entertaining to see how people answer these, but your thread title sounds like something from Jr. High.

A 10-22 with some high cap magazines for lots of headshots with no recoil.
My CZ-75b 9mm, because i have a bunch of magazines for lots of low-recoil, close range head shots.
A 3 pound sledge hammer for up close stuff.

The .22LR ammo is small and easily packable for travel.
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It's always entertaining to see how people answer these, but your thread title sounds like something from Jr. High.
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My Ruger 10/22, my Ruger SR9 and my Bear Grylls machete. I guess this was easy cause this is why I bought all three.

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Rem 870- 00buck and slugs, knoxx stock
Keltec sub 2000 - 9mm, mags for glock.
Glock 19 - serpa holster, light, slip on rubber grip, lanyard.
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Well I am going to go with a mini gun while on foot, a Stryker armored vehicle for when I need to be mobile and when all else fails ..... the ultimate weapon
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I'd go to the local highway dept and enlist one of their plow/spreader trucks. They weigh 18000lbs, can hit 70mph and have a grader blade on the front. If you're gonna make dead things deader.... why not make em flatter too?
Might have a .22 pistol for stowaways though.
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