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WhaleNoises 10-10-2011 10:08 PM

Zombie guns
 
What do you think would be you gun or guns of choice. Personaly I would use .308 bolt action for the longer range, a .223 for mid range and a 9mm or 12 gauge for up close and personal.

bkt 10-10-2011 10:47 PM

This has been done a few times so far, but here we go again: shotgun for close range, .223 for neighborhood watch, and .30-06 (or .380) for reach-out-and-touch-a-zombie. That's my mix. There are plenty of adequate alternatives. But here's a word of advice: if you're working with others in planning, try to settle on as few calibers and models as possible. And get extra parts (firing pins, springs, whatever).

trip286 10-11-2011 01:15 AM

Small semi auto .22 carbine type, slingshot, and crowbar. Assuming we are only worried about zombies, and not healthy bad guys. Then my load out would change quite a bit.

g17frantz 10-11-2011 02:08 AM

My 870 for the up close and personal along with my Glock 17, my ruger 10/22 b/c hey....if you hit them in the noggin with it, they're dead, and probably an Ak-47 for a good 200-300 yard shot. Those are some of the most reliable guns I know, won't have to worry about cleaning them as much and in a Zombie Apocalypse, don't think you'll have a bunch of time to sit around and clean your firearms.

CA357 10-11-2011 03:10 AM

Mossberg 9200 Zombie Slayer, 9+1 capacity and a TruGlo red dot. I just put green synthetic furniture on it today. Handgun will be my customized Argentine Colt:

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willfully armed 10-11-2011 03:18 AM

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Originally Posted by bkt (Post 598431)
This has been done a few times so far, but here we go again: shotgun for close range, .223 for neighborhood watch, and .30-06 (or .380) for reach-out-and-touch-a-zombie. That's my mix. There are plenty of adequate alternatives. But here's a word of advice: if you're working with others in planning, try to settle on as few calibers and models as possible. And get extra parts (firing pins, springs, whatever).

Even in a 26" barrel, I'm not sure it's gonna reach out too far!

unclebear 10-11-2011 05:04 AM

Remington 870 Express, sig P226 X-Five in 9mm, that's all I could carry more ammo for two guns then for three or four different guns.

Scratchammo 10-11-2011 02:50 PM

I'd sit on a roof with my 10/22 & pop their heads all day.

trip286 10-11-2011 03:44 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by CA357 (Post 598656)

Where can one find plugs like that? And is it called a plug? I plan on getting a 1911 soon (been planning on getting one soon for about the past 5 years), and if/when I do, I'd like to get a couple things like that.

bkt 10-11-2011 03:46 PM

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Originally Posted by willfully armed (Post 598668)
Even in a 26" barrel, I'm not sure it's gonna reach out too far!

Oh, crap! That would be a typo on my part. Let's try .308 instead. :o Sorry.


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