In order to make your runs much safer, you need to be able to scout your destination ahead of time. The Brunton Pocket Scope Monocular let’s you see the zombies milling about far before you can smell them. That kind of awareness is vital, and gives you a great advantage in planning your approach. It’s small enough to tuck into any pocket, but powerful enough to make those zombies visible at 1000 yards.
Zombies aren’t always going to be your only threat. Sometimes questionable characters stumble across your path, ready to take advantage of any situation. You can tip the scales in your favor, if you’ve got a weapon stashed away, ready to go. Good thing that Zombie Factor has the Rothco Concealed Carry Jacket. It has inner pockets for your favorite pistol, and four magazines stashed away, but always within reach. Get the drop on the bandits! It’s also not a bad idea to smooth out your silhouette by tucking your weapons inside the jacket, so you don’t get snagged on your environment while doing your urban supply spelunking. Check out more survival gear at ZombieFactor.com.
When you want to put a zombie down quietly, outside of hand to hand range, a good compound bow is going to be a good choice. But not just any huge bulky bow will do for the typical ZPrepared reader. You want something like the Oneida Kestrel Bow takes the elegant styling from a recurve bow, but incorporates the cams of a compound bow in a very sleek way. This bow is also featured in later seasons of the CW’s series Arrow. If it’s good enough for Oliver Queen, it’s good enough for us.
When you’re carrying a blade that you can deploy in an emergency, being able to access it is obviously a pretty important aspect you need to keep in mind. Yet again, one our favorite brands for edge weapons brings a major player to the game. The Benchmade SOCP Dagger is designed to be easily accessible with either hand, by sliding right in the center of your chest, in your MOLLE webbing. The retention ring allows you to pull the blade with either hand, if you need to quickly grab a blade to dispatch a zombie. It is also slim enough to keep a finger in the ring, and still be able to switch back to your firearm when you need to, without dropping the blade.
one of the most important aspects of preparation in the zombie apocalypse is your level of fitness. No one wants to spend countless hours running in place on a treadmill, with awful pop music blaring over the gym speakers. Especially not real survivors. The Nerd Fitness Academy will ensure that your fitness level is on point should you be facing a horde of zombies. You never know what you will need your body to do, so it is always a good idea to get stronger. Nerd Fitness is one of our favorite fitness communities, that tailors the motivation in a way to inspire us geeks and nerds, that still want to survive against the undead. The inspirational stories alone are enough to remind you that there will still be plenty of survivors that share your interest in the Legend of Zelda, and Magic the Gathering.
I bet you used to laugh at anyone tooling around on a moped. Laugh no more, since it’s such a versatile, utilitarian mode of transportation in the zombie apocalypse. The Survival Motoped is a “military-inspired super hauler” designed to be your motorized pack mule. You can carry pretty much all of your survival gear, and travel 400-500 miles before needing to siphon more fuel from abandoned vehicles. Built for the creative survivalist, the Motoped will get you where you need to go.
When you’re caught in a tight spot, and need to take down a Z quietly, you should probably be reaching for a blade. Look, this isn’t the movies. Silencers are just a fancy hollywood name for sound suppressors. You’re not going to be be sending zombies to their maker with a “phew” sound. You may not be totally silent, but there are still advantages to having a good suppressor. The Silencer Co Osprey Suppressor works with pistols chambered in 9mm, .40 S&W, and .45ACP. Plus, it’s shape still has all the internal volume it needs to get the job done, without interfering with your factory sights. Let’s face it, an unobstructed sight picture is far more important that a few more decibels shaved off of the loud bark of your pistol. Best of all, you won’t be damaging your hearing if you have to rely on your pistol for an extended zombie engagement.
For any fan of the undead, Shaun of the Dead is most likely going to be sitting pretty high on the list of best zombie movies ever made. This is more than just a mindless movie, seeking viewers to eat their flesh, this is a movie with heart. It’s really a romantic comedy that happens to have zombies in it.
Great pacing, excellent writing, and amazing comedic timing, this movie is sure to live on as an all-time great. We highly recommend adding this to your DVD/Blu Ray library.