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A survival kit is essentially any collective of objects that you bring or wear on your person whenever you leave
your base to salvage for supplies during a zombie outbreak. Suppose you are wearing combat boots, tactical
pants, a jacket, ballistics padding, and a chest holster, and have a pack with you. Here are some things you
Side pocket: a water thermos
Front semi-pocket: Granola bars, Gauze, Sterile wipes, Zippo
Strap on outside: (velcro or plastic buckle): 1 hand hatchet and/or crowbar
Strap pockets: Multitool, Keys, Pocket knife
Main compartment: Machete with bladeguard, Nail hammer, Full firstaid kit, 2 oranges, 2 apples, 3 carrots, A bag of beef jerky, State or provincial map, Toilet paper
Secondary compartment: Redbull or NOS (redbull because it is small, NOS because you can open and close it:
Loop handle: Back-up Hunting Knife
A chest holster usually secures around a vest or jacket, and consists of the straps themselves, the stomach pockets, and shoulder guards, though the latter are unnessessary if the wearer has a protective vest on.
This is a highly protective vest used to combat bandits but can easily be used against zombie bites, provided it has a high collar and is relatively heavy. Your average ballistics vest is compatible with a chest strap, and should have:
Shoulders Straps: 5 full strip cases on each side for your shotgun
High stomach straps: 4 remote activated mini-mines
Back Strap: Shotgun
You can get special belts designed for special holdsters to be attached. You really only need to have two
holdsters for your backup firearms, a pocket on the front for a GPS (have a solar panel on your pack), and a knife
holdster. Here are some other things you might include.
Right strap: Backup flashlights
Left strap: Canteen
Left pocket: Spare
Right pocket: Satalite phone
Left rear pocket: Spare/wallet
Right rear pocket: Spare
Right holster: Radio contact revice/spare
Left holster: Additional sidearm
Left high holster: Ammunition
Right high holster: Ammunition
Should have a shell holder (incase you don’t have time to reach into your pocket or packsack) and a sling. Your 12 gauge should be either semi auto or pump action. Make sure the brass on the shells have a high brass or else they will jam.
You have a 4 door, 5 seat truck. In between the front 2 seats you can buy a gun holder at
The top one will be your 30-06 with a sling, scope, and recoil pad, it will be a semi-auto and the finish is brown. The middle one will be your double barrel 20 gauge, the finish is camo. The bottom one will be a semi-auto .22 with a laser sight, the finish is black. Bring 50 30-06 rounds, 40 20 gauge rounds and 4 slugs, 100 .22 rounds, and batteries, all in your center console.
Your packsack should have:
- Two Mesh Side Pockets
- A Center Compartment (biggest)
- A Secondary Compartment (second biggest)
- A Small Front Pocket (that have the pencil holder things, on many packsacks)
- A Strap above the Front Pocket (common on skateboarding packsacks)
- Pockets on the Shoulder Straps
- Loop handle (with a knife because it may be too heavy to carry by hand)
- (if knife can not attach, get a spring-lock key-ring holder to attach knife loop to handle loop.)
DJDavis 30:50PM. Tuesday, 1/10/2012