"A lot of people are going on about using a Katana as their weapon of choice for close combat, if you're referring to a decent one, just make sure you've spent a lot of money on it and that it's properley made. A lot of the…"
"Not only that, but beause they do not communicate with each other on any real level (apart from their "over here" groaning noises), even if one did evolve, there would be no way for it to pass this information on."
"Chec out the Phillips & Rogers Medusa Model 47. Yeah, it's a revolver, but it's able to handle lots of different calibers of ammo, actually 25 different types in the .38/9mm/.357 range, making it useful if you have a pocket full of…"
"Basically anything stab or bite resistant would work. I'm currently working on designing concealed non ballistic armour (I have a couple of mates who are Nightclub bouncers who'd like some protection, whitout being obviously armoured, and…"
"Not really, although they could act as both a firearm and a bludgeoning weapon. Too big to be practical in a firefight.
My first thoughts for firearms is basically anything in a .22, preferably both a pistol and a rifle. That way you only need to…"
"But would a blunt instrument really cause enough damage? Most deaths from head bludgeoning are caused by sub-dural haematomas (bleeding from the brain). Zombies are dead, therefore no bloodflow, so any blunt attack would need to be catastrophic…"
"Keep as far away from hospitals as you can. They'll be epicentres for zombies. Injured people get taken to hospital early on with bites from "insane people", these people turn while admitted in the hospital, and attack other people,…"
"Chain saws are definitely NOT the way to go. They're loud, create a lot of splatter (not something you want when dealing with a blood bourne virus), and are unpredictable (unless you're a professional lumberjack). You're better off…"