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View PostCherokee John, on 19 February 2012 - 11:47 AM, said:

1. Cold Steel Bushman knife-good tool can also be fixed onto any pole as a spear, you can throw them. I can throw it but I wouldn't.
2. Mosquito Hammock with rain fly. I sleep up in the trees when zombies are about.
3. Black three-pouch tactical back pack
4. Rain poncho cammo-with a heavy duty trash bag as a sleeping bag it can be made into a quick shelter
5. First Aid kit
6. Crow bar-need to forage and open doors and windows up
7. Good pair of gloves-kevlar fisted ones like for riding motorcycles are nice but hard to wear when you are working
8. Magnesium body fire starter
9. Good pair of boots for walking
10. A good dog.


Look inyo SOC backpacks, I have one that I bought when I was training at Camp Pendleton. Wiley X gloves are good, and pretty cheap, at least here, and if you look at military surplus sites you could probably find a bivysack which is a goretex shell for a sleeping bag.
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View Postkiltedninja, on 24 February 2012 - 11:23 AM, said:

View PostCherokee John, on 19 February 2012 - 11:47 AM, said:

1. Cold Steel Bushman knife-good tool can also be fixed onto any pole as a spear, you can throw them. I can throw it but I wouldn't.
2. Mosquito Hammock with rain fly. I sleep up in the trees when zombies are about.
3. Black three-pouch tactical back pack
4. Rain poncho cammo-with a heavy duty trash bag as a sleeping bag it can be made into a quick shelter
5. First Aid kit
6. Crow bar-need to forage and open doors and windows up
7. Good pair of gloves-kevlar fisted ones like for riding motorcycles are nice but hard to wear when you are working
8. Magnesium body fire starter
9. Good pair of boots for walking
10. A good dog.


Look inyo SOC backpacks, I have one that I bought when I was training at Camp Pendleton. Wiley X gloves are good, and pretty cheap, at least here, and if you look at military surplus sites you could probably find a bivysack which is a goretex shell for a sleeping bag.


USMC ILBE packs are the most comfortable you can find. Pretty pricey though.
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I dont like the ILBEs when it comes to hiking with a flak on though. Theyre good packs however. SOC packs are better for BOBs, I'll post pictures some time this week.
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Maps
Food
Lighter
Rope
Medical supplies
Gun
Machete
Ammo
Water
Darrel from the walking dead as a partner
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View Postkiltedninja, on 26 February 2012 - 12:02 AM, said:

I dont like the ILBEs when it comes to hiking with a flak on though. Theyre good packs however. SOC packs are better for BOBs, I'll post pictures some time this week.


Yea adding a flak makes quite a bit of difference. If this thread is related to a zombie apoc I doubt many would be wearing flak jackets and that sort of thing so that's why I suggested it.
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Nah Im gonna rig up my deuce gear, take all my mag pouches and IFAK and all that and put it on the LBV I have. Id be rollin light and fast. If Im able to make it out of base with my IAR Id be golden.
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1. food and water
2. tent
3. sleeping bag and blanket
4. gun w/ silencer
5. machete
6. brass knuckles
7. clothes and jacket
8. raincoat
9. ur girlfriend
10. helicopter
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View PostWrappaper, on 13 March 2012 - 06:41 AM, said:

1. food and water
2. tent
3. sleeping bag and blanket
4. gun w/ silencer
5. machete
6. brass knuckles
7. clothes and jacket
8. raincoat
9. ur girlfriend
10. helicopter


I think that Homelite is back.
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Seems like it.
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View Postkiltedninja, on 13 March 2012 - 12:24 PM, said:

Seems like it.


Glad it's not just me. My guess is the posting style changes drastically on that account from here on out.
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Homelite isnt a bad dude, just eccentric.
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  He's rich? (Not a serious question. The rest of us get called crazy.)  
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I prefer the word eccentric. It has lots of syllables.
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View PostSurvivor243, on 21 September 2010 - 02:39 PM, said:

1. Firearm capable of killing zombies and other problems on two legs.
2. Lots of rounds
3. My Camelback (bought it in July)
4. Backpack
5. First Aid Kit
6. Melee Weapon
7. Sleeping Bag
8. Food (for at least a week)
9. A Map
10. A Kick-Ass Partner

you're the only person who mentioned having a partner within the confines of 10 items. good on you sir. *claps*
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1. Crowbar - tool and weapon all in one, break into potential shelter or split skulls
2. Dental floss - you won't get chance to brush your teeth and you won't eat without them
3. Sanitising hand gel - you'll be touchy icky stuff even when zombies aren't around
4. 65L pack - plenty of room for your gear, comfortable on long on foot journeys
5. Hiking boots - good grip, good ankle support
6. Bottled water - hydration is key and you'll get plenty of chance to re-use them
7. Sleeping bag - rated to -21 C, comfy as all hell
8. Area maps - the apocalypse is no time to get lost
9. Iodine - sanitise water and wounds, allows you freedom not to rely on tap water and new bottle of evian
10. 25L pack - for everyday use, stash the 65L safely and use this when mobility is paramount

I don't know if this is the order I'd put them in but they are what I'd choose and I could grab them all in minutes.
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View PostNecrowerx, on 20 September 2010 - 12:55 PM, said:

Please list your general top 10 items you'd want in preparation for "Z Day".

By that, I mean basic items such as:
A firearm, (you can be specific if you want, but you don't have to be), or melee weapon/tool (again, generally, or specifics: machete, tire iron, etc.. or not at all), food stores (this is probably a given unless you intend to hit the road and not dig in), first aid kit, crank/solar powered radio, generator, water treatment tabs, flashlight, solar charger, batteries... basically any "pet" thing you feel is necessary to your survival.

I'm trying to determine what I still need ;-)

1. gun
2. bow & arrow
3. kinfe
4. Katana
5.food
6. flashlight
7.army back pack
8. gas mask
9. a map
10. hot ass boyfriend :)
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View Postmorgue, on 02 April 2013 - 09:43 AM, said:

View PostNecrowerx, on 20 September 2010 - 12:55 PM, said:

Please list your general top 10 items you'd want in preparation for "Z Day".

By that, I mean basic items such as:
A firearm, (you can be specific if you want, but you don't have to be), or melee weapon/tool (again, generally, or specifics: machete, tire iron, etc.. or not at all), food stores (this is probably a given unless you intend to hit the road and not dig in), first aid kit, crank/solar powered radio, generator, water treatment tabs, flashlight, solar charger, batteries... basically any "pet" thing you feel is necessary to your survival.

I'm trying to determine what I still need ;-)

1. gun
2. bow & arrow
3. kinfe
4. Katana
5.food
6. flashlight
7.army back pack
8. gas mask
9. a map
10. hot ass boyfriend :)


From what little i know about gas masks, they require a filter if i'm not mistaken. Replacement filters would be hard to find.
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1. Water purification tabs.
2. A strong melee weapon, e.g. Machete/crowbar
3. A good waterproof jacket.
4. A strong tarp.
5. My fire starting kit.
6. A good blanket.
7. A good torch.
8. A mess kit.
9. Solar powered charger and iPod.
10. A reliable backpack for my kit.
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