We have all seen it in the movies, most notably Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, when all hope seems lost the leader of the group yells something before rushing out of the stronghold and charging…Continue
I'm a state champion athlete so don't bother mentioning to me about how strong I need to be/ the endurance required to use things.
My running tights on bottom, with my hard shin guards on my shins. Shoes would be my jumping spikes; they are actually more durable than the shoes and are water resistant, too. (Topsiders are equally water proof and durable, but their lack of grip leaves me unimpressed) Over the leggings would be my football girdle. It has built in thigh, kidney, and tailbone padding. Again, this is all skin tight. Also, I’d put on my ankle braces from back when I broke my ankles.
Upper-body would start with my dry-wick top. For my forearms, I would have my soft shin guards attached the old football gloves. While something sharp may get through the material, no human tooth will penetrate. And since I was a DB, the gloves still allow for tons of mobility.
Next level: it is important for people to remember that denim works just as well as leather for keeping off bites, so long as it isn’t the super-worn stuff from A&F. I’d have a pair of my jeans over my leggings, A close, snug fit is imperative. Also, never underestimate the usefulness of a leather belt: makeshift tourniquet, simple holster, or securing a door. I’d also put my hip-holster on it.
On top would be either my denim jacket (I know it’s tacky, but still….) or my leather jacket. Either way, I’d pop to collar for safety. Elbow pads are great, but I don’t own any. I’d settle with adding additional duct tape around my elbows. The duct tape can also make extra loops for holding whatever you like.
Should infection become a close worry, I own several surgical masks (part of a crazy senior prank). Sun glasses may offer protection from frontal splatter and some even protect from the side, but they aren’t made to protect from water. If I had goggles of any sort, they’d be my first choice. Second would be sunglasses. Lastly, a simple bike helmet gives MORE THAN ENOUGH protection from the force supplied by a zombie.
The last thing I’d have with me is my laptop bag, and no, I wouldn’t bring the laptop with me unless I knew there was sufficient electricity where we were headed. First off, the bag is made from ballistics material (don’t believe me? Look up Timbuk2 bags). This could later on be cut up to ass protective strips of even something to protect from crazed survivors. Secondly, the bag is just that: a bag. It is built to hold stuff. I’d prefer a Timbuk2 backpack because it is easier to bring along, but alas I do not own one.
Weapon of choice for fighting zombies...
o/u skeet rifle for range, bank blade for close combat (all the heft of an axe but more controllable and with a larger striking zone), and a .22 revolver as a sidearm.
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You should Totally watch:
It's a teaser for a movie me and a few friends are putting together.
Then in Alaric's blog (The guy who posted the video) is his a bit of his background story. heheheh I aint in the teaser but I'll be later in movie. In my blog it's part of my story too.