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Dannydaninja
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[url=http://www.innawoods.net/]

Something I came across today which I thought was pretty cool, here's my loadout:

http://img834.imageshack.us/img834/907/ckns.png

Comfortable clothing, M14 rifle with silencer, scope and flashlight, knife for meele encounters, two boxes of spare ammo and a ton of food because chances are once I find a safezone I wouldn't want to leave there for a long time

Post your own and add a sentence or two about your choices.

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MrDayCee
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Deleted some posts to clean up the thread a bit... NO linking to real weapon selling websites, mm-kay?! Thank you! =)

Also... welcome back Danny! =D

roydotor2000
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I rather not make a heavy loadout, I'd rather have a machete or katana, a pistol , some kind of throwing knife and a backpack of food, water. Plus, a tent.

L0GAN
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A kit like that would likely slow you down to much

nivlac724
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[img][url=http://www.innawoods.net//img]

here is mine

samiel
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Katana cuz like ninjas and lolz. But really I would carry a Kalishnakov AK-47 semi automatic with spike bayonet and ACOG scope. For a sidearm I would go with an American classic, Colt model 1911 45. ACP with extended magazine. As for close combat I would go with an aluminum push knife (The kind used by the french resistence during the second world war.) and a bowie knife with a kershaw spring assisted opening for assorted utility purposes. I would carry a small LED flashlight, a box of civilian MRE's along with a single bottle water purifier and two canteens, also cups of instant ramen noodles (gotta love instant ramen) and some cans of freeze dried chicken and beef (probably like 3 of each) I think that along with my hunting supplies I could sustain myself for quite awhile. I live in Alabama there are plenty of places with food and security that I could stay.

Lobotis
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A silenced AK 47 because it never jams. 7 mags 50 bullets. A Glock 21 because it can shoot full auto and semi. Duel katana duct tape, pain killer, flare gun and a doo hickey with all the tools like a knife and a can opener. And camo clothing

09philj
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Amateurs. For maximum survivability, you need one accurate, light, scoped, semi-automatic rifle, one lightweight shotgun, and a crowbar. This will save weight used for food, medical supplies, a sewing kit, map and compass, water, binoculars, and survival knife (NOT for zombie killing). Avoiding zombies is better than fighting them.

minecraftsniper
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I would rather go exploring to find food or resources as @09philj said avoiding is better than fighting so the loose of weight makes you travel more faster and probably be one the guys that will be saved

FishPreferred
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No, no. You can't expect ammunition supplies to hold up very long, and the effectiveness of bullets varies with the zombies' biological workings. I would suggest something along the following lines.

Primary weapon: BIG stainless frying pan
Auxiliary: any sidearm knife, maybe a handgun to start off with
To wear: welding gloves & mask, loose durable clothes, work boots
To pack: camping stove, blow torch, one or two multi-tools, night vision spectacles, tinder & flint, rations, alluminum & iron filings, smoke bombs, some chattering teeth or other windup toys
To store somewhere: oxy-fuel welding equipment, scrap metal & filings, more rations, gardening tools, ammunition (if needed/available), minor medical supplies, cleaning supplies, tarp & blankets

09philj
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night vision spectacles


No to anything with batteries.

the effectiveness of bullets varies with the zombies' biological workings.


Bandits could be a problem though.
FishPreferred
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No to anything with batteries.


Passive is good enough.

Bandits could be a problem though.


Not if they waste their ammunition fighting corpses.
SportShark
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The most important things in your inventory are knowledge, mental strength, material items, then physical strength.

Voyage2
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[IMG]http://oi60.tinypic.com/10p61w4.jpg[/IMG]
Here's mine

Edit: Just view the URL ...

Clicky !

MattEmAngel
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http://i128.photobucket.com/albums/p176/blizzy1/ZLO01_zpsb62ceb64.jpg

Don't feel like justifying the entire loadout. Feel free to argue against specific parts.

EDIT: Oh, crap. Didn't realize I could stack food and stuff in pouches. Double all of the food and water pouches and replace the water in the second row pouch with food.

FishPreferred
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It isn't quite what I wanted, but close enough:

http://i57.tinypic.com/ifzss8.jpg

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