questionsare you prepared for the zombie apocalypse?


A shotgun are you INSANE? You won't have an arm left. Also, you would only be accurate at close range. I will stick with my .22 thank you.


shotgun is fine, if you have slugs or double-ought buckshot.
A nice rifle with a scope is better for long range zombie stopping, though.

depending on if the zombies are contagious or not, a chainsaw may or may not be a good weapon.

@lavikinga: same scenario here... (ammo going up in a fire)
I brought home belts of .50cal and 7.62 machine gun ammo as souvenirs from the army. I reallllllly hope my house never goes up in flames.


@nastyducky: If a zombie outbreak ever happens and I'm immune to the virus, I'll try to find you. Just make sure you respond when i call out your woot username.


@mtm2: Good grief, you sound like my other half. I swear, if my home ever catches fire, our next door neighbors know to run for cover. It's gonna be like a fireworks factory catching fire.


I could use some more ammo...but then there is no such thing as too much ammo.


No. They'll probably eat my brainz within the first few days. Oh well, that's life.


@razmig00: you obviously don't know a whole lot about shotguns. With the right kind of choke, they can be accurate from a far enough distance and then still be deadly in case any zombie gets closer than it should, so I'm pretty covered no matter the distance. As for your plan, I can't really find anything against it other than it's just not something I'd do personally


You definitely don't have the correct weapons to deal with zombies. You're going to have to put yourself in a position where you get close to them in order to kill them, something which is a big no-no for zombie apocalypse survival.

While I am utterly unprepared, I would buy myself an accurate single/burst shot rifle and position myself in a location where I would never have to deal with more than a few zombies at any one time.

People always want to run around with machine guns in these scenarios. The problem with that is that if you're in a position where you need to mow down zombies with an mg, you're likely going to get bitten/eaten/zombie blood on you anyway. Sure, you should have one as backup, but never use it as your primary weapon.