Discussion in 'Firearms' started by E.L., Mar 29, 2008.
Bumped from another thread, what is your Zombie Gun?
a tripod mounted good old fashioned .50 browning M-2!!!
DPMS LR308 AP4, Zombie Load=165gr. Nosler Ballistic Tip, 42grs of Hodgdon Varget powder, also makes excellent deer load
AR 15, 55 gr fmj. Good for a long way, and extra good up close if they get there.
Currently..... AR15 (5.56) 20"
What I want..... AR15 Carbine in 6.5 Grendel with Trijicon optics.
My Zombie killer:
I'm liking it.
You gone and stole my deer gun!
I bet your deer is nice and tender mmmm.. Also for the ar guys what about reliability issues and jamms etc? i was thinking on a XCR?
I've had my DPMS Panther for many years, NEVER had a failure to fire or feed.... not even once.
Also had a Bushmaster carbine for a little while.... same spotless reliability.
Of course they were maintained well and never got dragged through the sand or anything. I did have a few feed failures almost 20 years ago with my Colt M16A1 when I was in the army and gettin it really dirty (and it was a very old, VERY heavily used weapon), but I think unless your going to be crawling through the mud everyday, reliability isn't an issue with the AR platform....... I'll stake my survival on one without hesitation.
Same here on my AP4, am thinking about a single shot Ferret 50bmg upper assembly but with the cost of 50 cal match componets going through the roof, I just might purchase a 300 short mag upper from DPMS instead
My Zombie Gun?
Why, my Bushmaster M17S Bushpup of course! Short, handy, reliable and accurate. Can't ask for more.
Call me old fashioned, I prefer a 12 gauge pump loaded with triple ought buck shot. But I also keep an SKS with a thirty round clip of hollow points in case I need to take out zombies on the street in front of the house instead of focusing on the ones inside.
Here is my 15 yr. old holding the zombie/MZB eliminator.
In the sun with a little better light. Notice the bug-out Jeep for the 3 and 1 yr. old.
The Happy Face birdhouse in the background is also tactical. It is designed to look enticing for the mutant zombie birds, but inside is a tiny claymore.
And finally, here is the CQB zombie slayer. The Tactical 870.
Mossberg 500, 6 shot 12 gauge, with a laser sighted, scoped, rifled slug barrel.....
and a WHOLE bunch of slugs and 00 buck!
Or, my 8 shot Mossberg 500.
Lots of extra barrels too!
For those hard to reach areas!
One of these boys will "git 'er done"!
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