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04-14-2014 10:53 AM
HarryJeepGuy
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Originally Posted by JeeperzXKreeperz View Post
When is walking dead coming back?
About 6 months is what I heard. Probably bring it back around Halloween.
04-14-2014 10:03 AM
JeeperzXKreeperz When is walking dead coming back?
04-13-2014 10:30 PM
cavediverjc Got an '09 Rubi 2dr.
It'll get light trail duty while my YJ gets the tough stuff.
How have you been, man? It's been a while.
04-10-2014 06:57 PM
GoldenSahara00
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Originally Posted by cavediverjc View Post
What's shakin'? I've added another Jeep to the stable since I've been here last.
Not much. Living the dream. What did you pick up?
04-09-2014 11:23 PM
cavediverjc What's shakin'? I've added another Jeep to the stable since I've been here last.
04-09-2014 07:14 AM
GoldenSahara00
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Originally Posted by cavediverjc View Post
Good to see my opus is still active...hahaha. It's been a while since I've been on the forum. Some of you probably have no idea who I am...hahaha
Long time no see/talk man.
04-09-2014 06:15 AM
jfearin77
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Originally Posted by JeeperzXKreeperz View Post
Started doing so paint work I need more black lol
Yeah that's cool. Like it.
04-09-2014 06:13 AM
jfearin77
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Originally Posted by Mikel01 View Post
My cat Otis and his zombie Earl.
Nice!
04-09-2014 05:56 AM
JeeperzXKreeperz
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Originally Posted by Zed View Post
That looks amazing. Great job
Thanks I can't wait to do the paint job on the outside lol I'm excited.
04-08-2014 08:33 PM
Zed
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Originally Posted by JeeperzXKreeperz View Post
Started doing so paint work I need more black lol
That looks amazing. Great job
04-08-2014 07:57 PM
cavediverjc Good to see my opus is still active...hahaha. It's been a while since I've been on the forum. Some of you probably have no idea who I am...hahaha
04-08-2014 03:24 PM
JeeperzXKreeperz Started doing so paint work I need more black lol
04-06-2014 12:00 PM
Mikel01 My cat Otis and his zombie Earl.
04-05-2014 11:53 AM
GoldenSahara00 Light sword like michone uses and a 22 or 9mm pistol. Bowie knife for backup. Recurve bow would be nice with some arrows for hunting too.
04-05-2014 08:12 AM
JeeperzXKreeperz
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Originally Posted by Marthor View Post
Gear of choice... Riot gear with a kevlar neck gator. A welder's kevlar sleeve. A custom attachable bayonet to my left arm. A 22 pistol (with silencer) so I can carry extra ammo and 22 will do any zombie brain. I already chose some extra defensive weight, so instead of a sword, I'll go with a tai pan fighting knife. My primary weapon is a tactical tomahawk using the spike end instead of the ax end. Preferably, I'm in a group and some else is carrying the 22 rifle tor longer range. I'm suited up for the close combat. The spike of the tomahawk is most efficient for getting to the brain and is preferably the quiet choice to not draw more attention or to waste ammo unnessessarily.
i see you've already thought about this lol. 4 me...
Close up: machete or a naginatta (bad speller)
Distance: bow fishing equipment (so I can pull back my arrows)
Outfit: riot gear (although being a nudest sounds fun)
Vehicle: my jeep
04-05-2014 06:17 AM
Marthor Technique is also important and I'd be scientific about it. I'd practice by cornering 1 at a time to see where is the easiest kill stroke from each approach angle. Also, some parts of the skull are more difficult, so I'd want to know what's going to work. I'd rather try out a top of the head hit in a controlled environment, just in case and find out if the spike will get lodged in the skull if I go there. Once I find out what stroke works best, it'll become bread and butter routine.

Part of techniques would be strategy. Perhaps 2 zombies might be the limit to engage with the tomahawk. If it's 3 or more I'd have a different strategy like perhaps shoot with the 22 until 2 are left and then switch back to the tomakawk. Maybe there's 4 but they're spaced out far enough that I can get all 4 with the tomahawk.

Zombies are mindless, so good strategy should bring an easy routine win everytime. My group would also each know their job under a variety of circumstance, so that we all act and everybody already knows what everybody else is doing all the time. It would be an obviously professional group when everybody moves into position automatically without anybody needing to talk.
04-05-2014 05:49 AM
Marthor Gear of choice...
Riot gear with a kevlar neck gator. A welder's kevlar sleeve. A custom attachable bayonet to my left arm. A 22 pistol (with silencer) so I can carry extra ammo and 22 will do any zombie brain. I already chose some extra defensive weight, so instead of a sword, I'll go with a tai pan fighting knife. My primary weapon is a tactical tomahawk using the spike end instead of the ax end.

Preferably, I'm in a group and some else is carrying the 22 rifle tor longer range. I'm suited up for the close combat. The spike of the tomahawk is most efficient for getting to the brain and is preferably the quiet choice to not draw more attention or to waste ammo unnessessarily.

04-04-2014 11:26 PM
laredo
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Originally Posted by JeeperzXKreeperz View Post

Or just eat em raw rofl um new topic.... What's your weapon of choice?
I got a bobcat track loader with a forestry mower on the front that i would just go and clear the streets with, maybe a airhorn to draw a big swarm of them. For up close i would choose a sword with an AR for backup.
04-04-2014 11:20 PM
JeeperzXKreeperz
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Originally Posted by GoldenSahara00 View Post
I'm saying they kill them all and store so the muscle doesn't waste away and they don't have to feed them. It would be easy to power their crap. Solar panels, generators, zombies on a treadmill, TV magic, you name it. Heck they probably eat them fast enough they don't even need to freeze them. Just keep the meat cold. I like the jerky idea. Still. Anyways. We've exhausted this topic. Next.
Or just eat em raw rofl um new topic.... What's your weapon of choice?
04-04-2014 10:35 PM
GoldenSahara00 I'm saying they kill them all and store so the muscle doesn't waste away and they don't have to feed them. It would be easy to power their crap. Solar panels, generators, zombies on a treadmill, TV magic, you name it. Heck they probably eat them fast enough they don't even need to freeze them. Just keep the meat cold. I like the jerky idea. Still. Anyways. We've exhausted this topic. Next.
04-04-2014 09:39 PM
HarryJeepGuy Even if they came up with enough power for freezers, the meat is too tough now, lol. Ever heard of Kobe beef? Keep them in a small area until needed where they can't move around, fatten them up a little, way more tender... Now I feel sick, but that's my guess for the show.
04-04-2014 08:11 AM
JeeperzXKreeperz This is gonna sound creepy but idc lol best way is to keep them alive taking meat as u need it if u kill them preserving them would be difficult just because available recourses. Besides if they see u killing them it triggers fear and taints the meat.
04-04-2014 07:28 AM
GoldenSahara00
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Originally Posted by laredo View Post

I was agreeing with you. I was also saying you could easily fit 2-3 people in an average household freezer which i figured more people would be able to understand. A chest freezer or even a large commercial walk-in freezer would be capable of holding quite a bit. Using a freezer with the ice house wouldn't be very practical because of the labor involved in moving a large freezer, i would suggest some plain old fiberglass R-13.
I understand was just making sure. and like I said, wouldn't need to keep many at once due to rate of consumption with the large # of people they have, maybe not frozen at all. I was thinking more like the deep cellar of a building that's cool already so it was easier to keep temps down. Who knows. It'll be interesting to find out.
04-03-2014 08:52 PM
laredo
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Originally Posted by GoldenSahara00 View Post

Lol. You just agreed with me... And i said on average. Some of then are bigger. And have you never used a deep/full chest freezer in a deep room. Incorporate the ice box idea with some freezers and bam. Heck you wouldn't even need to power them just use them as extra insulation. I'm not here to argue about it. IMO all good ideas.
I was agreeing with you. I was also saying you could easily fit 2-3 people in an average household freezer which i figured more people would be able to understand. A chest freezer or even a large commercial walk-in freezer would be capable of holding quite a bit. Using a freezer with the ice house wouldn't be very practical because of the labor involved in moving a large freezer, i would suggest some plain old fiberglass R-13.
04-03-2014 08:35 PM
GoldenSahara00 Shoot them in the head. Skin, harvest the meat.
04-03-2014 08:07 PM
barefootcowboy Their butcher must be one of them Gin-Su wizzards
04-03-2014 08:04 PM
barefootcowboy OK,I'm a little confused here,maybe I'm just slow.But how can they butcher them folks? Seems to me I remember Rick and Carl killing the deputy, way back, and he turned zombie on their ass pretty quick. Now I have butchered quite a few critters in my day,cows,deer,turkeys,and I have always been called pretty quick at doing it.So my question is, after they kill these folks how much time do they have to butcher them before they turn into walkers? And I did see the bones in the fenced in area it did not look like they beheaded them. Seems like the skulls were still attached to the spines.
04-03-2014 07:42 PM
GoldenSahara00
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Originally Posted by laredo View Post

A 150# person would probably yield <40# of meat. A 150# deer would give you about 60# but you got to figure people are going to be more grisley which equals waste. An average over fridge freezer could hold about 100# of meat. The more you know...
Lol. You just agreed with me... And i said on average. Some of then are bigger. And have you never used a deep/full chest freezer in a deep room. Incorporate the ice box idea with some freezers and bam. Heck you wouldn't even need to power them just use them as extra insulation. I'm not here to argue about it. IMO all good ideas.
04-03-2014 06:37 PM
Marthor Since we're covering "best ideas". I'd also recommend an old-school ice house. Dig a deep pit. Fill it with ice during the winter. The ice will last all summer. Build a ten foot earth pile over the top to insulate the cold in. A small door and a ladder to go down in the ice house. Every town and many individual homesteads had an ice-house up until electricity came along and modern refridgeration. If or when electricity goes away, then ice houses will come back again.
04-03-2014 03:37 PM
00TJSport
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Originally Posted by laredo View Post
It's funny we're on here discussing the most practical way to harvest and preserve people.
I agree. lol
Makes you wonder if the world is going crazy! I'm a big WD fan, but can't help but notice how many commercials for upcoming movies and tv shows are about death. What's next?!
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