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For an explanation of kinds of firearm here. If you are looking for information about a specific model, check out the review page. This page is for the heavy steel, the machines that put out a lot of damage and need a lot of know-how and maintenance to function properly. Feel free to add to it if you find a gun that hasn't been added. The format for entries is below:
Model: This model number of this year. Tell the gun's story.
Where to find:
Who uses it and where would you find it? How are replacement parts?
How hard is it to maintain and use this weapon effectively?
Size and weight:
Barrel length, overall length weight in ounces and kilograms.
Is it autoloading? Single shot?
Primary chambering as well as other variations.
Type of magazine and capacity.
Trigger type and weight if available.
Where the safeties, action releases and other controls are on the weapon, with pictures if possible.
Loading: How to load the firearm and make ready to fire.
Condition One, or "Locked and Cocked." Chamber loaded, magazine full, hammer cocked and safety applied.
Condition Two. Chamber loaded, magazine full, hammer down, safety off.
Condition Three. Chamber empty, magazine full, hammer down, safety off.
How to unload and make safe.
How to take down the weapon for cleaning, with pictures if possible.
Unique aspects of this gun.
M79 40mm Grenade Launcher
M203 40mm Grenade Launcher
M320 40mm Grenade Launcher
M224 60mm Mortar
M72 LAW (Light Antitank Weapon)
AT-4 Recoiless Gun
Carl Gustav Recoiless Rifle
RPG-2 Recoiless Gun
RPG-7 Antitank Launcher
SMAW Rocket Launcher
FIM-192 Heat-Seeking Launcher
FGM-148 Javelin Anti-Tank Launcher
The Rules - What you should know before reading these pages and handling weapons.
Firearms - A basic guide to different types of firearms.
Accessories - The add-ons that may just give you an edge in that gunfight.
Ammunition - An overview of types of ammo and reloading.
Weapons reviews - A user-created database of reviews for various zombie-slaying implements.
Handguns, Rifles, Shotguns, Heavy Weaponry - A user-created guide to using and maintaining firearms you are likely to come across.
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|BaddBree||Quiet weapons to use from a distance (page: 1 2)||29||Jul 29 2012, 12:17 PM EDT by BigLoki|
Thread started: Jul 27 2012, 9:37 PM EDT Watch
Many people don't have training using crossbow or similar type weapons including myself. I think that to keep down on noise and especially if you are a small group sneaking past a horde of zombies then its a nice skill to have learned. I plan on learning this skill within the next week or so. Keep other weapons with ammunition ready in case of failure. When scavenging for ammunition most of the supplies will be taken already. Usually people leave arrows and such.
|Gunnersrus||Homemade wepons||14||Sep 9 2011, 2:53 PM EDT by StrykerPez|
Thread started: Jul 2 2011, 7:43 AM EDT Watch
Three of my home made weps
Bike chain and gears
1in steel plate
First make steel plate into crossbow shape
Then cut 10in gap in cross section
After that rig up 2 wheel and axles
And take the springs and hock the wheels together
Add the motor and your done
Tip make sure the wheels spin away from each other
9 volt battery
Roller blade wheel
Smaller tramp like springs
First make gun like handel from the wood block
Carve a hole for the battery and motor and hook up your roller and wheel to the moter by pulley and rubber band
This is not all of my weps but there my simplest ones so this gets u started and have fun thay shot almost every thing from spears to rock pieces ideas other weps are welcom I'm going to bed I will post more later
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|AlbertanSurvivor||practicality (page: 1 2)||21||Jul 29 2011, 8:55 AM EDT by crittergetter|
Thread started: Jul 1 2011, 2:13 PM EDT Watch
Remember kids that the key to SURVIVAL is the practicality of your choice of weapons. I'm blown away at why there would even be a section like this!!! if there is access to anti-personel/armour weaponry, which there ISNT, it wouldn't be viable to carry a Javelin or a Stinger on your back. Any idea how hard it's going to be to find ammunition for these weapons post z-day??
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Keyword tags: Heavy Weaons
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