In the event of zombie attack...

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  1. Moparmike

    Moparmike Member

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    Type 3 Phaser Rifle on level 16. Why shoot them and have something to clean up? Lets vaporize all your needs.:evil:

    If no phasers, then an AC-130 gunship. Or a 40mm Bofors.:cool:
     
  2. gearbox

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    Less lethal 12 gauge rounds that fire Beanie Babies
     
  3. PzGren

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    You would have to go to l'Artibonite if you dream of this adventure.

    A Zombie dies like any man, just has been robbed of his conscience. They are no fiction, They are not evil ghosts but slave-workers.

    Li la , m'n di u ca. M'n connai.
     
  4. Brian Dale

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    PzGren,

    Oh, sure, bring reality into it! :evil: :D Then I'll take an 870 and a fire axe.

    {Edited to add: seriously, for a slave-worker with brain damage or pharmacogenic psychosis due to the psychoactive or toxic effects of - what is it, a species of Datura that they're poisoned with? Three or four big paramedics, an ambulance and a well-staffed hospital for the guy}

    Movie zombies? A flamethrower, an 870 and a wood chipper. And a fire axe (and a fire truck, if I'm using a flamethrower).
     
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  5. Rogelio

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    I'd be pleased to take them out of their misery...Just gimme lots of ammo!!

    BTW...I love this thread!
     
  6. Aikibiker

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    My USP45c, why? Because I know I can make headshots with it. That and as much ammo as I can carry and still run with. Maybe a khukri as well for taking off limbs and heads at close range.

    Let me get my Saiga set up the way I want it and get some practice in and I will switch to that. With as much ammo as I can carry and still run.

    Of course I am gonna be running down to the local national guard armory to steal something heavily armed and armored.
     
  7. DMK

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    Nothing less than Ma Duece to mount on my Wrangler's rollbar.

    Maybe a CZ-97 for a sidearm.
     
  8. gearbox

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    Nobody has mentioned sharks with freakin' laser beams attached to their heads! :scrutiny:
     
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    Don't you kill zombies by burning them? Incendiary ammo, then, in an appropriate caliber.

    www.fvza.org
     
  11. PzGren

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    Stay happy Bob, in your protected world. I have seen tough man in Haiti fear the very word. I laughed at them, too. I not only learned Creole but to respect them. A man comes in many colours, not just white.

    The Serpent and the Rainbow is a good book for those of you that want to really learn something about this subject. Judge with knowledge, not with ignorance, or arrogance.
     
  12. 12-34hom

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    Is this the kiddie channel?

    I know, lets merge this thread with some type of story of a HUGE frothing wild bear attacking helpless women and children............:neener:

    Do you have enuff gun, well do ya punk?

    12-34hom.
     
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    In the event of zombie attack...

    I'm going sell tickets and watch this bunch. Some of this stuff I ain't believing! I've got WildAlaska over there...uh oh here comes Sam to clean up! Rest of this bunch...not real sure what is going on. :D :D
     
  14. Brian Dale

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    PzGren, I apologize. I've heard of this, and my apology is heartfelt. Believe me or don't when you read this: I edited my earlier post before I read your post above this one, which begins with "Stay happy Bob, ..."

    {Edited to add: read my additional note above if you want, or don't.}

    You tell me in your post above that
    Respectfully, that's a cheap shot. I won't respond further to it. You direct me (us?) to
    That's what this board is about.

    I stand by my belief that this thread is about fictional characters, in movies. Nobody here advocates shooting poisoned captives.
     
  15. Brian Dale

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    Further grumping: Grey54956, the thread originator asked, specifically,
    Attack. PzGren, if I am attacked - not merely approached, but physically, violently attacked (note the word "attack" in Grey54956's post: it begins this thread and sets the conditions) - whether it is by a "zombie" of either kind, by a nun, by a bank robber or by a bank president, then my chances are best with that 870.
    You've known - what - about this there?
     
  16. keederdag

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    Easy Bob, All us in the know (you included) are speaking of a seriouse Zombie threat here. Any THR Member who has not seen the Romero Trilogy must....MUST imedeatly sally forth to the Video store and rent them. After veiwing them in their intirerty; you will intellectually grasp the intricacies of the "Grey Zombie Question". Personally, I find the zombie situation apalling. Such undereducated postering; NO you cannot use holy water; No they do not have head mounted lazers; Li la.. Huh? Speak American man! WE MUST all pull together to face this impending threat.

    By the way, saw House of the Dead today, UUUghgh what a stinker, Straight to video. Lot's of boobs, lot's of guns, and halfway through the movie everyone suddenly remembers their Kung Fu and advanced Combat Training. Poor Romero...Poor..poor Romero:D
     
  17. 556A2

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    Guns, we don't need no stinkin' guns. I say we volunteer the help of Diane Feinstien, Tom Diaz, Chuck Schumer, the Klintons, Sarah Brady, Ted Kennedy, and other antis to form a Total Zombie Ban. The Ban will effecte all zombies with high-capcity forms of decapitation (over 6 teeth). Instead of using violence we will use effective forms of communication to persuade the zombies to return to their state of the dead. All in the name of the children. :neener:

    In the meantime, we can just lure the zombies to the building where this anti-zombie law-making process is and let them loose, and clean-up after the zombies give their answer.
     
  18. Mike Irwin

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    Gun?

    Try flame thrower.

    You've been watching too much Serpent and Rainbow...
     
  19. keederdag

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    Ya know on that note, I don't think I have ever seen a flame thrower used in a Zombie movie. Ive seen e'm chainsawed, chopped up, lawnmowed to pieces, shot, run over, crushed, set fire to but never flamethrower'ed. Note to self " when your stalking George Romero next time, whisper something about that to him, before you threatin to kill his cat, for not making another zombie flick". THANKS MIKE:D
     
  20. powertoast

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    Zombie attack? In the early '90s, while in law school, I lived alone for 3 years in one small room in the back of a funeral home. Right next to the casket room, and directly over the embalming room. I could hear the embalming machine chugging away late at night. Down the hall were the two viewing rooms. The funeral home did about 300 visitations a year, so there were always several dead folks there with me. Usually two in the viewing rooms, and 2 or 3 right below me in the embalming room. Mostly old folks, but young people die too. Car wrecks, gun shots, etc. I saw everything. Saw one guy who was hit by a semi and his head was smashed flat like a pancake. Trust me, it got plenty creepy at night.

    All I had was a K-frame .357. I convinced myself that a couple of pops in a zombie's forehead would give me enough time to dive out a window or something. Seriously, having that K-frame gave me a little peace of mind living in that place. Not much, mind you, but its better than going hand to hand with the un-dead. Just thinking about living there makes me shiver.
     
  21. SteelyDan

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    Sigh...

    You don't want to kill them, at least right away. First, get them all together, and sell them on the benefits of whole life insurance. Sign them up, send the policies into the company, and collect your commissions. Then toast 'em. You won't last too long with the insurance company, but it's a great summer job. That's how I put myself through college.
     
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  23. Dionysusigma

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    Hmmmmmmmmmmmm...

    Sidearms: 2 1911s, a .454, a G18, and... an UZi or three :D
    Shotguns: Saiga 12, buckshot & slugs; and a 10ga SxS for style ;)
    Rifles: Mebbe an AK, 12 75-rd drums, a Thompson M1, and a .50 for the heck of it
    Also: Browning 1919 (with tracers, of course) and a coupla boxes of grenades

    Add at least 2,000 rds for each gun, a good mount up on the roof for the 1919, and a comfy chair.

    (and a set of earplugs too :uhoh:
     
  24. Brian Dale

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    Welcome to THR, powertoast! I agree with you that having a nice K-frame nearby can be an effective antidote to a bad case of the creeps.

    SteelyDan, you put yourself through college selling life insurance policies to zombies? Boy, people on this board sure do have a lot of remarkable experiences to share.
     
  25. Dorian

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    I think a suit of Plate, a benelli M3 with slugs, a 7.62mm HK G3 with 75 round drum mags(if you can't get drum mags for the HK, then an AK), a HK USP Match .45, a katana and a kukuri.

    In lieu of a Katana, I could go with a Longsword and a good shield.. riot shield perhaps? I do so love co-mingling the ancient with the tactical!

    The Kukuri would primarialy be used to chop all limbs off after each kill.

    Hopefully lower level zombies give enough xp so that my melee skills with the katana(or longsword) would increase significantly.
     
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