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Old 08-16-2016, 03:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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We've all seen a certain zombie TV show, or at the very least we've seen a zombie movie or two, so everyone knows how to dispatch a zombie. Indeed, the focus of all of these shows is often on defending yourself against hordes of the walking dead, and not so much on the more practical, mundane aspects of surviving the apocalypse.

With this guide, we'll take a look at the stuff that zombie media doesn't show you -- the things you'll need to survive day-to-day when the dead come back to chase the living.
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Cant count on the simple tools. I need a machine gun
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What caliber do you prefer for shooting unicorns? How much should I lead a leprechaun in a sustained 11 mph crosswind?
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What caliber do you prefer for shooting unicorns? How much should I lead a leprechaun in a sustained 11 mph crosswind?
Ballistic App on your iPhone and a good rangefinder will help you set windage and elevation on your NightForce scope so you never miss another leprechaun.
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I am more afraid of the rougarou in Weld Co. I haven't worked up a good load for them yet.
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