My red 4x4 Wrangler 4" lift 35" All terrains (already packed for rough country) + hitch rack for extra carrying capability + roof rack
16' bread truck (extra armour on it)
Car repair tools + hammer, rubber mallet, boyscout saw, 10 penny nails,
Several 5 gallon gerry cans of gas
Several 1 gallon gerry cans of antifreeze & oil
4 tarps (asst sizes) ropes, tent stakes and bungie cords
2 straw water filters + 1 larger water filtration system (5 gal double bucket system- pack extra items in buckets when empty)
my 2 large military duffels
Several 5 gallon collapsable water totes
2 rifles, 1 hand gun, 4 18'' machetes, 2 collapsable sling slots and pellets - ammo in ammo cans (as much can carry)
Lightweight food - tuna in foil pouches, instant rice and ramen noodles, tea bags, instant hot chocolate, coffee, powered protein drink, 1 bottle of olive oil, etc. packed in my Dutch Oven + canned meat and canned beans - military knife/fork/spoon combo
Flint and strike knives
Field medical and surgical packs
Candles, dynamo lanterns, dynamo flashlights, solar/dyno radio
Chinese hand crank portable generator
2 xtra 12 v car batteries
4 Polish military wool blankets
Rain slicker/tent combo
Hiking boots + work boots
Layers of clothes - jeans, down vest, sweat shirts, t shirts, undies, socks, gloves (everything has to fit in a 5 gallon bucket w/lid per person)
Solar shower (also good for heating water for food)
Personal hygiene items including tooth brush, liquid dish soap (can be used for hair, body, dishes and clothes)
small propane torch + xtra propane
Smart Phone if wireless is still working + several long range walkie talkies
Cotton balls (good for starting fires)
Probably other things depending how long the trip is and if it is only a one way trip. If I had to cut it down to just the Jeep for transport, then I'd have to adjust on the gerry cans for gas.
Okay to start this is assuming that I have my local crew (myself and two other equaly proficient zombie hunters; Red and Mauser) with me in support.
1. Red's Jeep Grand Cherokee (the thing has some jaked up all terrain system that I don't even understand.)
- gas, spare tires, and a land anchor.
2. My ATV geared up with weapon cases and supply containers
- trailer, for when not in use, additional gas
3. Mountain house meals, they just taste better than MRE's
4. Our primary weapons; AR-15s for me and Red and an M1A for Mauser
-1,200 rounds each
5. Assorted secoundary weapons (Glock 21 for me, 1911s for both of them)
-650 rounds each
6. Remington 870 with rubber bullets and breaching rounds
-rubber bullets for humans that may not be hostile just scared
7. Tools i.e. machete, crow bar, sledge hammer, etc.
8. Water and purifier pumps
9. Explosives, not great as a weapon, could be used to clear barriers
10. Other, can you guys think of something I missed.
My ruger SR9C 9mm, my ruger SP101 .357 mag, my Mossberg 590A1 12 gauge which also has a bayonet on it so I wouldnt need another knife., and as much ammo as I can carry on my vest and in my backpack including a kit to clean and maintain my guns. Some water and a shit ton of granola bars lol also a basic first aid kit. I wouldnt waste my time on things like deoderant and hygene type stuff its just added wieght and takes up space. If zombies were attacking the last thing anyone should be thinking is....wow I stink. plus if the zombies eat me ima stink they dont deserve to eat a nice clean body lol.