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About Me:When I started thinking way too much about zombies: in college with my friends
What started my zombie fixation: watching night of the living dead when I was a kid
Favorite zombie book: world war z
Favorite zombie movie: dawn of the dead (both)
Favorite quote in any zombie movie:
My Survival Plan:My “handle” should you look for you on the radio waves or web:
My location: massachusetts or the high seas
Is my plan dependent on zombies in your home town, or anywhere?
Ive several plans depending on severity of out break and my location
Will I be staying in my home or headed somewhere else?
If I'm heading out, how do I plan to get there?
read attached plans
Got anyone I want to take with me?
read attached plans
How will I communicate with the outside world, or do I plan to go the hermit route?
read attached plans
How am I planning to get food and water? read attached plans
What’s my weapon of choice? Do you need to reload that thing? Gotta plan for that? FN PS-90 its a gun it needs to be reloaded, from my ammo supplies
plus my cold steel war hammer and 9" buckler shield
Got a survival philosophy?
over a long enough time line everyone survival rate drops to zero, survival is about forstalling that truth for as long as possible at the level of comfort you are willing to deal with.
Am I willing to hook up with other survivors?
certainly provided they aren't going to get me and mine killed
Is my plan based on a book/movie/blog/scientist other survivors may have heard of? the survival guide, and bits and pieces from here and there.
Bail out Bag
Caliber: 5.7x28mm SS190
Weight: 2.54 kg empty; 3 kg loaded with magazine with 50 rounds
Length: 500 mm
Barrel length: 408 mm
Rate of fire: semi automatic
Magazine capacity: 50 rounds
Effective range: 200 meters
Its large capacity magazine size and specialized design for acurate shooting make this weapon my choice for my primary weapon.
Saiga .410K short barrel variant
The kalasnikov design and the .410 shells lightness compared to a 20 or 12 gauge shell allows for more to be carried
FN Five seven
Type: Double Action Only or Single Action (in Tactical model)
Chambering: 5.7x28mm SS190
Length: 208 mm
Barrel length : 122.5 mm
Weight: ca. 620 g with empty magazine; ca. 760 g loaded
Magazine: 20 rounds
Large magizine and chambering the same round as my primary weapon.
H&K USP compact .40 caliber
Type: Double Action or Double Action Only
Calibers: 9x19mm Luger, .40 S&W, .45 Auto, .357SIG (USP Compact only)
Dimensions (9 x 19 version)
Length: 194 mm
Height: 136 mm
Width: 32 mm
Weight: 720 g
Capacity: USP, USP Match - 15 rds (9mm), 13 rds (.40), 12 rds (.45); USP Compact - 13 rds (9mm), 12 rds (.357 and .40), 8 rds (.45)
Caliber: 7.62x51 mm NATO (.308 Winchester)
Action: Gas operated, rotating bolt
Length: 1120 mm
Barrel Length: 559 mm
Weight loaded: 5,1 kg (6.6 kg M14A1)
Magazine: 20 rounds, detachable box
Need to be able to reach out and touch someone
Cold steel boar spear (a major contributor to my group tactics).
Cold steel frontier tomahawk
Cold steel war hammer
Albion allectus gladius
9” flutted buckler
Titanium haligan bar
Racheting T handled philips,standard, socket drivers
Wedges: contructed of iron or steel for wedging doors closed if necessity calls for the lock to be broken
Box of nails/screws
4 datrex 3600 calorie ration food bars 6 pound total 18 days at 800 calories
Delta 5 tactical vest 100 ounce water capacity
BDS Tactical Maritime Ruck Pack
4 cell LED mag lite
Pelican sabre light LED
Survival plan A: while at work. WARNING I WOULD ONLY TRY THIS IF I WAS CAUGHT ALREADY AT WORK.
As I work for a prestigeous cruise ship company as a marine officer if an outbreak began while I was on board ship would depend on the outbreak and wether or not if we had any infected on board. An intial infection on board ship would be immediately noticeable as in just about any guest or crew bitten in port would be complaining about it to guest relations or the medical facility in very short order and as there health declined it would reported as the limited capabilities of the medical facility calls for the severly injured or ill to be medivac’d to a shoreside hospital. Even if a bite wasn’t reported and the guest or crew member was able to lapse into coma the stateroom attendant, or supervisor would take note of the situation. If in the off chance that someone actually turned before they could be air lifted and was able to infect others while being subdued. Or on the off chance they where able to kill and reanimate some people. I would recognize the situation for what it was and use the the fire screne and water tight doors so section off the ship and speak with rest of the officer staff including the captain and chief engineer. That given the unknown nature of the situation that the area containing the infected people should be locked down and a thorough examination of the rest of the crew and passengers should be conducted. Depending on the situation on shore I would advise that any found to be injured to should be quarantined individually for a period of at least two days or until we received assistance from a shore. If it became apparent that it was wide spread ashore and confirmed that it was zeds then I would arm teams of crew with fire axes and have the machine shop work up some boar spears and then open up the contained area in way that only one zed at a time could exit and pin them with the spears and depatch them with the axes. Rationing would go into effect and “I would suggest that we ancor on an off shore bank outside the sight of land until a clearer picture became apparent. Meanwhile I would actually let any decenters from the passengers leave with there personal effects and the contents of the life boat equal to number of people leaving. I would continue to have the machine shop work up spears and flanged maces and train as many of the passengers and crew to fight in teams with the spear men pinning and the mace men dispatching rotating the positions and having teams relieve each other to rest. I would spread the tactic to other vessels and groups with communication ability. I would then look for a coastal safe hold that could use our as assistance locally and ancor nearby and use the man power of the ship to to aid them and the ship as fall back possition. If none existed locally. I would attempt to establish one at a container port as it would be easy to build a defensive perimeter. If at all possibly I would attempt to get assistance from a carrier group for this action use there jets to strike an area near to but removed from the container port to draw off the zeds all the noise and fire would more than likely attract them and send them away from the area of operation. After establishing a free hold I would maintain it and work for a unified strategy to be developed to combat the zeds. Or work on a long term solution in world with little no organization.
additional plans will be posted as I write them.
My score and score summary on the non-lame zombie survival test:
Latest page update: Apr 9 2009, 3:50 AM EDT