whoops, guess I should learn to read not skim. As to what I would do? Well there are so many different variables, as for the quiz questions: I would be in athletic type shape, if one of my companions was bit I'd ether hand them a live grenade or shoot them after they go to sleep or unconscious (It would be to hard to shoot them while their looking at me, I would make sure to destroy all but 2-3 entries of any building and have the a fortified as I could as well as being easily defendable, The tool I would use would be the U.S. military entrenching tool (small collapsible shovel), if it was between me any another person or peoples life I would do as much as I could but ultimately choose my self, I prefer waiting to running out spraying an' praying. Any thing else you'd like to know, I'd be happy to answer.
I could use some cutting tools, some machetes, or something, i'm more the "fight it" type, not "shoot it", but yeah, a gun is nice to keep at hand, and for the gear well, Home Depot is my option, i have one just 10 minutes from here, with a car, and'a... loved ones, well, shut them up and prevent them to go out should do it, houses here are made to last!
Anyway, i guess the celular service won't go out that soon so i think that's an option.
1-How much non-perishable food you keep in your home? (canned goods, etc)..Lots
2-How long can you run before you need to rest? I can go for more then a mile.
3-How dense in the population where you live? Boonies baby.
4-In the event of a zombie apocalypse, would you drive 20 minutes across town to find your loved ones? Nope, they live in the boonies too.
5-Do you own any guns? Hahahahahahaha, Silly Question. Uh, Yes, NEXT.
6-Assuming you got your hands on a gun, would you know how to use it? NEXT.
7-Do you own a baseball bat, crowbar, machete, or other blunt or sharp item that could be used as a weapon?Yes
8-If your dearest loved one turned into a zombie, what would you do? BANG
9-When watching a scary movie and something jumps out at you, what do you do? grab it by the throat and smash it. If I'm watching a scary movie and something jumped at me they broke in and need an ass whoopin.
10-If you were in a situation with a group of strangers where you had to choose between your own life and theirs, what would you do? Strangers. Heh. Sorry. I'm a survivor.
11-If you were caught outside during the onset of a zombie apocalypse, where would you most likely go? find a strong fortified building and hide.
12-Suppose you've managed to find somewhere to hide, what's the first thing you would do? make sure it was secure
13-Do you know how to make home-made explosives, such as molotov cocktails? LOL, let's try claymores and flares.
14-You hear a strange noise outside, what do you do? Grab a weapon and wait.
15-What do you do in high stress situations? I've always reacted well and have been able to push through
Life or death, I'm trained to use a gun (mostly handgun). That being said, impact weapons would be my second choice: baton, hand tools, even a good sized rock. My last choice would be edged weapons. I'm trained in knives, but I'm not as good with them.
There are different levels to shooting as in everything else. You have the non-shooter all the way up to the guy who shoots everyday and knows exactly where every shot is going to hit. There are many different types in between. The majority of people who own guns fall in the center groups. Some on the higher end of Amateur and some on the lower. There are very few people who are on the top rung. Top line competitors in different shooting sports attain that level. Shooting is a skill that also degrades. If you aren't at it all the time you will lose you skill. I've been on plenty of ranges when someone claims there is a problem with their weapon only to have a safety officer or myself pick it up and shoot X-rings with it. Ammo is expensive but not needed to practice. One of the best ways to get to know your weapon is to dry-fire. You perfect your grip, you can see what you're doing wrong. become knowledgeable about all of your tools.