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Sabre Bob

aka Robert

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235 Edits since joining this wiki
August 21, 2012
  • I live in Topeka
  • My occupation is CSR
  • I am Male; Heterosexual

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  • Sabre Bob

    To Go Gear Or

    "Bug-Out Bag Philosophy”

    Zombie Outbreak/Apocalypse survival is a subset of urban apocalypse/collapse survival, which of course is a subset of general survival. There is going to be a lot of crossover in necessary skills and gear.

    One thing a would-be survivor should jettison from his mentality is a "purist" outlook. Even the most public exponent of this approach, survival instructor Cody Lundee says to use whatever man-made artifacts you may come across to keep yourself alive. This is of course going to be FAR easier even in a rural-agricultural region of even the undeveloped world than in an actual wilderness setting.

    However, do not succumb to the myth that more and more gear (especially weapons and ammo) is the ticket to sur…

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  • Sabre Bob

    Unarmed Close-Quarter-Combat (CQC): Against Breathers ONLY

    Disclaimer: The following material is strictly for entertainment and educational purposes. Readers should be knowledgeable and compliant with all laws and regulations in their jurisdictions regarding the use of deadly force and weapons, yada, yada, yada. The author and any publisher of this material are not responsible for any misuse, harm, or damage resulting from the following material—in other words; it’s your own damn responsibility.

    Part 1

    I.                    "Dracula" Guard & Cover

    II.                  ' Forward Drive

    III.                ' Edge of Hand (EOH)

    IV.                'Tiger Claw & Palm Smash

    V.                  'Chin Strike

    VI.                '"Flick" Kick


    I.             "Dracula"…


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  • Sabre Bob

    Murphy’s Laws of Zombie Combat Operations

    1.      Murphy’s Law: “If anything can go wrong, it will go wrong at the worst possible time in the worst possible way”

    2.      Murphy was an optimist.

    3.      Keep it simple, stupid (but not as stupid as a zombie).

    4.      If it’s simple, and it works, it’s not stupid.

    5.      In Anti-Zombie combat, all the important things are very simple and all the simple things are very difficult.

    6.      Against zombies, automatic fire is suicidal, suppressive fire an idiocy, but friendly fire is eternally never friendly

    7.      It doesn’t matter how many seconds your grenade fuses are, grenades just create messy zombies.

    8.      Your weapon was made by the lowest bidder.

    9.      You can never have too much ammo

    10.  When in dou…

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  • Sabre Bob

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    Disclaimer: The following material is strictly for entertainment and educational purposes. Readers should be knowledgeable and compliant with all laws and regulations in their jurisdictions regarding the use of deadly force and weapons, yada, yada, yada. The author and any publisher of this material are not responsible for any misuse, harm, or damage resulting from the following material—in other words; it’s your own damn responsibility.


       Physical Conditioning

    A. Strength

                    1. REJECT prolonged (1-2+ hours) bodybuilding "gym rat" routines, with their “warm-up sets”, “cool down sets”, “supersets”, “split routines”, etc…, and doubly so if they involve specialized (and expensive) equipment (e.g. "cable cross-overs", "pec -decks", e…


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  • Sabre Bob

    Zombies vs. Sabers;

    Part II: Choosing & Using Sabers

    By

    “Sabre (Saber) Bob”

    Disclaimer: The following material is strictly for entertainment and educational purposes. Readers should be knowledgeable and compliant with all laws and regulations in their jurisdictions regarding the possession and use of deadly weapons, yada, yada, yada. The author and any publisher of this material are not responsible for any misuse, harm, or damage resulting from the following material—in other words; it’s your own damn responsibility.



    Choosing

    The first step is to define what is a “Saber” (“Sabre”, British spelling). A saber is a one handed sword, originally designed to be used on horseback, but quite capable of being used dismounted. A true saber is either modera…



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