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|Jakeface1325||Jacob's Survival Plan||3||Nov 20 2012, 5:24 AM EST by wafflessrule|
Thread started: Jun 28 2012, 3:31 AM EDT Watch
Let me begin by saying my name is Jacob, i have a wife named Sha and a 18 month old son named Maison. I live in Bristol Tn, my step father is a fan of guns, and he owns a car repair shop. I live in the rural area surrounding Bristol, but its not the "sticks". Iv always thought about what i would do during a zombie outbreak, and i have acually written a plan down in a notebook. So im glad i get to post this online and have it critiqued by others to let me see my flaws and perks. thanks in advance.
Day 1- Being as how im a fan of zombies and read a few things about the origins and tell-tale signs of the first days of an outbreak, i doubt id be one of those people who dont realize whats going on until its too late. The first thing i would do would be to call my step father and mother who live 20 mins away (and who have all the guns and ammo i could need) and try to convice them to get over to my house ASAP. If i couldnt convice them of that, i would head down the road to the local Dodge dealership and find a big 4X4 diesel. With all of the panic and chaos, it shouldnt be too hard to slip away in a stolen truck. Then head to one of the 6 local gun stores, one of which being on the way to my parents house. If there are any guns left, take what i can, but id make sure to leave some there just for those who might need it more. After getting to my parents, id have them pack there bags of quick clothes and food like my family. Them its on to my step dads car shop, where he has one 32 foot RV with a freshly built engine waiting to be picked up. I would advise them to head to the local Lowes or Home Depot, and i would follow. After getting to the Home Depot or Lowes, we would pull behind the huge fenced in area ment for loading and unloading, and barricade ourselfs in. Do a clean sweep of the area, then settle in for a max of 2 to 3 days. The next 2 to 3 days would be time for me to call my cousin, who is also an avid fan of guns, and my best friend.
|=jesse=||My new mountain plan||18||Nov 20 2012, 5:18 AM EST by wafflessrule|
Thread started: Feb 28 2012, 1:33 PM EST Watch
Being new to Colorado I've adjusted my plan. I'd really appreciate some criticisms to help seal some gaps if you don't mind.
Right now, from what I can see my gear is lacking a compass, rope, and an extra backpack. Our firearms (ak, two 500's, and an xd45), ammo, certs and training are good. My wife and I have six, 2 gallon jugs of water and about 20 cans of assorted canned food. Misc tools including battery power drill, hammers, pliers, etc. I have plenty of lighters, matches, 2 magnesium starters, and 2 flashlights. Two good knives and two good leather mans, a machete, axe, couple rolls of duct tape, and some misc camping cookware.
When shtf I plan on laying low at home. We live 5 mintues (driving) from the mountains. We're in the Ken Caryl area if you're familiar with Littleton, CO. I'm going to break the staircase to keep anything from coming up. We can't lug 12 gallons of water + food, so consume that while most of the dust settles. Once it's settled, I own a Ford Bronco with some nice 33 inch mudders (sorry, I just really like my tires). The bronco is big enough and tough enough to carry all of our gear into the mountains. At some point, we'll have to drop the Bronco, but there are some lakes in the mountains where I'd like to construct shelter. It's near fresh water, plenty of forest for shelter and burning, lots of game, and probably too tough for most z's to reach.
Problems I can see right now. Bronco's V8 chugs gas like a mother f*cker. I'm not going to get many back and forth trips. We own some good hiking gear, but not much legit cold weather gear for when nights drop down to single digits. We have 3 dogs (beagle, westie, dachshund). They can be assets or liabilities. Giving away our position, needing food and water, but letting us to anything incoming.
Thats where I stand right now with my gear and plan. Thoughts?
|xxFallenKingxx||Zombie Survival plan||17||Sep 16 2012, 6:07 AM EDT by shadowmancer|
Thread started: Jul 12 2012, 12:38 AM EDT Watch
Grab all food from cupboards collect close family and friends, proceed to 60 ft (17.5m) launch -prestocked with Canned food, water, onboard Filtration system, solar panels, generator, weapons -baseball bat, machete, crowbar, Axe x2, 2 12 gauge shotguns, .22 rifle, .308 rifle, multiple quiet ranged weapons (Crossbow, bow+arrows), IRB
go to local marina in IRB, take more boats and get a Oil Tanker loaded with diesil from local port wait inside Whangarei Harbour until the level of chaos has diminished from then broadcast a message over VHF and SSB from there make my way down the coast and pick up survivors
--EXTREME LEVEL OF AWARENESS USED--
no infectees allowed on any vessel in the fleet
infectees choice of fate death by virus or death by bullet
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