Zombie Apocalypse Kit
By marfdrat on December 2, 2013
These really awesome kettlebells are shaped like zombies, and you can use them to build up your zombie-fighting muscles. If you order in the next half-hour, there’s a 10% Cyber Monday discount at Onnit.com. They even have awesome names like Ghost Face Thrilla and Brain Goblin.
By marfdrat on February 8, 2013
You know it’s coming; it’s just a matter of time. But – are you ready? Do you have a specialized Zombie Apocalypse First Aid Kit? First-Aid Kits Online has assembled a helpful infographic to get you set up (click to embiggen).
By marfdrat on July 20, 2012
To commemorate the 100th issue of the Walking Dead comic, Hyundai has customized an Elantra Coupe to be a Zombie Survival machine. From Uncrate:
Based on the Elantra Coupe, it features a custom zombie plow — complete with spikes — out in front, armored window coverings, a roof hatch, a trunkfull of weaponry, floodlights in the front and back, spiked all-terrain tires, wheels with spikes for clipping nearby walkers, and an all-important CB radio system.
By marfdrat on July 9, 2012
Z.E.R.O. stands for Zombie Elimination, Research and Operations. From Optics Planet:
Imagine: You half-hear a low, guttural sound from outside as you lay sleeping. You figure it’s just your stomach after too much delicious Mexican food… but a sudden thud on the outside wall of the house shakes you from a peaceful slumber. Deep within the primal centers of your brain, you realize the dead have risen to claim our once-peaceful realm. What do you do? What do you need? The dead have risen, and they’ve returned as something different. Those you were once closest to now hunger for your flesh, and possibly the Mexican food you had for dinner.
By marfdrat on July 9, 2012
You’ve probably heard of the famous KA-BAR knife that Marines have carried into battle since World War II. Here’s video about the company and their knives. And yes, they make knives for the upcoming Zombie Apocalypse (more on that later). See their full line at KA-BAR
By marfdrat on June 28, 2012
Here’s a great addition to your Zombie Apocalypse Kit – or, for your bug-out bag in the event society collapses in the next couple of years (depends on who wins the election, right?). It’s the Henry Survival AR-7.
By marfdrat on June 18, 2012
Specially formulated to kill those zombies good and dead: 168 grain, 2700 feet per second, .308 Winchester caliber. $27.52 per box of 20. Love the message on the box: WARNING: This is live ammunition. This is not a toy.
By marfdrat on April 16, 2012
By marfdrat on April 11, 2012
As you build your Zombie Apocalypse Kit, you need to have information about where to go, and what to avoid when the big event comes. Map of the Dead provides information about your area, and shows you what’s nearby in terms of:
By marfdrat on March 31, 2012
When the zombie apocalypse comes (or if Wile E. Obama and the ACME Economic Destruction Co. win another term), you’ll need to be completely prepared for survival. The Art of Manliness has an awesome guest post from Creek Stewart of Willow Haven Outdoor on how to build the ultimate survival shotgun. This thing is terrific, and it has almost everything you’ll need to kill zombies (or food), catch fish, start a fire, build a shelter, purify water, or send up a signal to the remaining humans.
By marfdrat on March 7, 2012
This looks like an awesome tool. Whether it’s for your mundane highway or off-road emergency, or fighting off the hordes of undead, the Trucker’s Friend All Purpose Tool looks like an essential part of your toolkit. From Uncrate:
When Nuclear War -or the Zombie Apocalypse- Comes, You Want This Home with a Landing Strip, Log Cabin Home, and a MISSILE SILO Bomb Shelter!
By marfdrat on December 17, 2011
This is the most awesome home listing I’ve ever seen. If I had $1.76 million to spend on a home, I’d get this. Probably would need a few extra samolians to buy a plane, and pay for upkeep of the landing strip, and a missile (for home defense, of course). Located near the Adirondack Mountains in upstate New York, it has all the conveniences:
By marfdrat on November 24, 2011
This has got a fine array of tools for survival and fighting off zombies, if you should need that. It’s $349, and they’re accepting pre-orders at Gerber.com