"My opinion would be to stay in my own house. Although I live in a populated area, I do also live in a culdesac/dead end. This makes a great advantage because there is a fence at the end of the block which makes the only place to watch for zombies…"
"id go to a farm house in a rural area because it propaly wont have glass doors . also it will likely have a large open area around it so you could see the zombies from a distance and have a clear line of sight to shoot them not many pesky trees."
This can be a specific area near where you live, or just general building, such as "Department Store". Give reasons too. My personal opinion is, if at all possible, get the hell outta' dodge. The farther from urban centers, the farther from all your newly reanimated neighbors. Rural areas have great survivability, not nearly as likely to get "cleansed", and, best of all, lots of NRA nuts. If stuck in the urban area, try and find a building that is easily closed off with a large roof. Allows for…See More
"Sniper Rifle. Just kidding, I understand your point. Semi-automatic rifle, any model really. I don't know much about guns, but any med. caliber hunting rifle would do. In terms of my favorites though, SPAS-12 and a Scar-L. Completely…"
"I've always thought of large, one-staircase buildings asa good, but really, the farther from people, the better. Distance is better than any wall. Urban areas are where it's gonna be pea-soup thick, so small-towns are better, with the…"
"Long, heavy ended machete, and a 12 gauge shotgun. Sidearm could be anything, but I really like the way a Colt .45 looks. As far as clothing, high-necked bike leathers and tall steel-toes. Kevlar vest seems a tad unnecessary, as it's hard to…"