Group Kit for Zombie Survival
At anytime during the zombie apocalypse, you should never go off anywhere alone. For safety, staying together is mandatory. An individual by themselves could easily be surrounded and consumed by zombies. Below are a list of things that EACH group should have (10 people or less). If things get too heavy to carry, you can always alternate who carries what. Keep in mind this is the equipment you should carry in addition to your individual gear.
Keep in mind we only list things that are necessary. Our zombie apocalypse checklist consist of items that we have carefully chosen and researched and recommend. Check back often, this site will be updated when we find better gear and equipment.
The big boys of communication are gone. Forget about cell service and even telephone lines. These are just not gonna be options. If you have the ability to preserve a couple good hand radios you will at least be able to communicate with your party. This...Read More >>>
We’ve spent a lot of time discussing the various supplies and strategies once should implement in order to have a successful long-run survival plan. Many of those concepts revolve around having a pre-designated fortified location prepared and established as one of the cornerstones of your plan.Read More >>>
There are so many small things you’ll want to have in your long-run survival kit that we can’t possibly name them all. We’re going to list off a pretty good selection of survival accessories you’ll want to add to your kit in some form or fashion.Read More >>>
There’s nothing worse than deciding to go whole hog on a zombie chopfest only to find you’re favorite ax has a broken handle or dull blade. With that in mind we’re going to talk about some of the most rugged, durable, sharp and generally bad assed axes on the market today.Read More >>>
Just like any climbing situation (and dealing with zombies, for that matter), using a grappling hook is inherently dangerous and should only be done with caution and at your own risk. A good grappling hook will be light, collapsible and most importantly strong enough to support your weight.Read More >>>
The term “scope” is the shortened version of the term “telescopic sight”. In the early history of firearms, guns had only iron sights. These were basically little spikes of metal, or a metal bead, at the end of the barrel of your gun that you could line up with your target in order to aim effectively.Read More >>>
Once it becomes clear that you’re going to need to do some navigating in order to survive, a good compass is going to really come in handy. Everyone knows that the sun rises in the east and sets in the west, but those sorts of general navigational guidelines will only put you in the vicinity of your intended destination. If you are using a map or atlas for guidance, you’ll need a good compass to chart an accurate course to your destination.Read More >>>