imagine hunting zombies with this, Lewis machine gun on the back and possibly a Model A chassis.
Mar 23 2013, 1:00 PM EDT by
Early technical, in Palestine, British troops, model A chassis?
Mar 23 2013, 12:55 PM EDT by
Mar 23 2013, 12:58 PM EDT by
Head of the chow line rights for kids
Children, are the future, in a survival/compound situation, the dietary needs of the young ones should come first. At least 1 person, and a small staff if possible, should be responsable for dietary needs of those under 10 or so. Adults can, get by, children tend to be picky eaters, and infants/toddlers need specialized foods.
A blender/grinder will be needed to create baby foods, which should be made fresh if possible. Keep the feeding area as clean as possible, a sick child can be very difficult to manage medically when common remedies are in short supply, or non existant.
Another on going problem will be a special laundry, to clean and supply diapers, infection/disease outbreaks from human waste will be a big threat as well.
Bringing babies into the group is a huge responsibility, and plans should be in place to deal with all aspects of them.
Transport, is just one of many problems your plan concerning infants should adress.
Good luck on Z day
Apr 4 2011, 10:05 AM EDT by
Don't be a noob though. You seem to have all your eggs in the mobility basket. Take some out of there and put them in the zombie smackin basket. My crew has FNX 9mm, Glock 19, Keltec 380, sawed off pistol grip Mossberg trencher, AR 15 with thermal sight and extended mags, Wal Mart special trenchgun, Saiga .308 converted to US specs, Czechloslovakian SKS and for the zombie squirrels a Ruger 10/ 22 with iron sights. If these fail we have several sledge hammers, splitting mauls, a few nail guns and some nice 36" Snap On breaker bars.
For mobility we have a 2007 F250 PSD, 2006 Tahoe Z71 and a cherry 1987 SAAB 900 8 valve non turbo.
For camp security patrols we have a Troybilt Pony (7 speed, 17.5hp with a 42" cut) and a Craftsman GT5000.
Remember. Firepower first - - then get the hell out of there. Fire and relocate.
Bruh improve your firepower a bit and we'll smack some zoms
Mar 29 2011, 11:55 AM EDT by
how about emergency bags,maybe under the seats.imagine post zday you crash and need to move out on foot,an emergency kit will come in very handy
Jan 2 2011, 4:24 PM EST by
Alright, the purpose of this page is to list and explain the basics of a vehicle maintenance kit of sorts. While using an automobile to travel post Z-Day sounds and indeed could be useful and safe, regular maintenance is part of the territory when i
Jan 11 2012, 11:39 PM EST by
When babies are part of the bug out plan!
Being the oldest of my generation in my family I've been around the wee ones my whole life. Add in knowing how to run, walk, and march with 60 pound ruck and 90 pounds of gear I think I can help add the two together.
First and foremost kids comfort level is out the window. It is about you and your partner being able to protect them and move with them.
Streets are going to be littered with everything. The scum who prey on the weak will see the kids and think easy kill. If you have to take the kids anywhere I would use a vehicle. If you have to take them with you to raid they are your most important asset the strongest person will be in charge of them and they will be between the two of you. You might have to drop everything and run. Zombies is not my worry at all they just make the world a little annoying.
The strollers is a huge mistake, both of your hands are occupied keeping the stroller balanced and pushing it also your eyes is on the stroller more than looking at your surroundings.The pull a longs that attach to a bike are second on the worse idea ever. Try keeping that thing balanced as you are hoping curbs and going around junk and other bits in the road, not going to happen.
Front carriers you're using your child as a meat shield.
Back packs the American Indians would carry their children like this for the first year of two years of their life just fine. This is the best way to carry AND protect your child. The front person can keep his eyes on the surroundings while the trail person is keeping the wee one occupied REMEMBER child's comfort level don't mean crap right now.
Second best is a sling. If you cannot get a child seat back pack or make one go with a sling. both hands are still free and able to run. Keep in mind that you should not be carrying any extra weight, your priority is the child. I know this isn't exactly what you was looking for, but I hope it helps.
Jul 29 2010, 9:16 AM EDT by
Transport of Infants and Children
This page will review the options for transporting babies, toddlers, and young children when it becomes necessary to bug out on foot. The goal is to provide information about each type of transport. These may be for short or long term use, used for
I was planning on me and a few buddies (if their not zombies) were going to grab some buses since we live in a small town, board them up with some metal from a company that is a few blocks from my house, take at least 3 buses and fill 1 with all gasoline, 1 with all food, and 1 with all the guns and ammunition that we can take from this gun store. We plan to be rounding up alot of people while were going from town to town, and I agree, I dont really want to be stuck with some stuck up snotty little brats.
Apr 17 2010, 12:35 AM EDT by
finnally a plan that doesn't involve yourself running around and mindlessly killing zombies like your some sort of god. also the flexible thing was pretty cool. upon reading many of the plans, I do beleive that alot of people that have accounts on this website are major X-Box live addicts that think they know what combats like.
Oct 11 2009, 8:50 PM EDT by
Criticism against the ZSG
There has probably been a lot of threads about the ZSG specifically, but I would like to know from this community why there is a substantial amount of criticism for it here. I'm neither defending the ZSG nor going against it. I would just like to hear a concise list of what people are actually upset about the guide here.
And, if you would, actually give reasons other then give sneeringly remarks like "it will get people killed" and such. Be more specific if you can.
Oh and, for some reason there's a LOT of tags attached. Dunno why :\
Sep 21 2009, 1:06 PM EDT by
Zombie Costume Help
Sep 20 2009, 7:36 PM EDT by
Building a zeppelin/blimp from scratch.
This thread is not a discussion if its construction is a good idea or not. its a discussion of how one would achieve such a goal. It is good that you point out flaws in the plan but you should also do your best to solve it.
Needs for the plan to work.
- Hangar for construction and parking
what kind of buildings are large enough to house a smaller zeppelin?
where would one find such gas?
possible ways to produce your own.
what kind of materials are needed to make the structure as well as the envelope.
how can one make/scavenge airtight fabrics
good types of seals.
a good system of maneuvering
What kind of engine would be a good idea to use?
The old zeppelins used blaugas that had the same density as air and did not change the weight of the craft. what kind of fuel would replace this function. Is it possible to produce blaugas?
these are the problems Ive faced while exploring the concept.
please add more problems and most importantly solutions.
Sep 20 2009, 9:17 AM EDT by
Large vs. Small Vehicles
I've seen a few different mentions of this around the site, but I found it interesting, and think it deserves a discussion of its own. There are benefits to both large and small vehicles, but I'm interested in the thoughts that go into making that decision. Safety, gas mileage, maneuverability, capacity, etc. are all important, but what is your top priority?
I got to thinking about this when I was driving my little Toyota Camry. A deer ran in front of my car, and if I'd hit it, I bet my front end would have been seriously damaged. I don't think it could hold up with X amount of zombies ahead of me to mow down. I always thought I'd go for a smaller car for the mileage and ability to fit into small spaces, but maybe a larger and more sturdy vehicle would be better. I'd love some input.
Inu-dude25's Survival Guidelines
Your Name : Chris M. Basically, let me start off by saying that I don't believe in a strict plan. Plans are based on the fact that certain variables will happen in a predictable way, and if they don't happen the way you want the plan crumbles.
Oct 28 2009, 12:42 PM EDT by
Useful Vehicles Post Z-Day
This page is currently in the process of a major re-haul. Please come back at a later time to see the completed version
Aug 15 2009, 12:59 AM EDT by
Check this out: http://www.extrawheel.com/index.php . It is called an ExtraWheel. It attaches to the back of your bike and allows you to carry tons of extra gear that you could not with just your normal bike/ electric bike. Really allows for flexibility when carrying your gear on a bike.
Jan 11 2009, 3:51 AM EST by
You can actually buy your own Semi-Rigid Airship here: http://www.ahausa.com/ . The most useful one, the Light Utility Model can carry 8 people/ 2380 lbs. Unfortunately, it does cost over $900,000. But in a post apocalyptic world money won't be relevant now will it?
Jan 11 2009, 3:03 AM EST by