Picture endless highways packed with abandoned cars. Some of them undoubtedly have camping gear and other supplies in them. You want to be able to quickly and easily get into those cars, and you just know the locked ones are going to have the really good stuff. It is just the way things work. So you can carry a sledge hammer or this five ounce Auto Glass LifeHammer.
And because this Auto Glass LifeHammer is so light you can keep it in your bug out bag and or in your car. I can imagine a press of vehicles on a highway, so tightly packed together as the horde swarms over them that your only way out will be through a window.
I just got back from seeing Terminator Genisys with my thirteen year old son and one of his friends. We went to the movie to see action and cool robot fights. Come on, that is why you go to see Terminator Genisys and the other Terminator movies isn’t it?
So how can you be upset when it delivers some awesome Arnold and an amazingly sweet and kick ass Emila Clarke as Sarah Connor.
And yes, Mrs Clarke should look familiar. She is also famous as being Daenerys Targaryen from Game of Thrones.
Arnold carries the action, but Clarke carries the movie. Every scene she is in makes you want to wrap your arms around her and protect her, and she does this all while being tough as nails at the same time. Don’t ask me how she does it, she just does.
The other male lead – he was good. The most I can say is that he rolled with it and didn’t take anything away from Arnold & Clarke’s movie.
This Pedal Generator, Emergency Charger is one of the coolest pieces of survival gear I’ve found in a long time. If you need power for a radio or laptop you can pull this Generator out, pedal while you use it, then get quickly on the move again. If the world hasn’t completely fallen apart and there are still communications systems up – but the electrical infrastructure has failed – this will be worth more than its weight in gold. And at just a little over five pounds, its not a deal breaker in terms of being able to carry it or put it in your vehicle for emergency use.
How about critical electrical devices? An electric saw and drill makes building anything a hundred times quicker. If you need to expand, fix storm damage, or repair perimeter fencing, the difference between getting it done before the next storm (be it natures wrath or the horde) could be how fast you can get that job done.
I could see these screwed into floor mounts (it is designed so you can attach it to the floor for more permanent use) and wired up to a series of batteries. You can use them as punishment, or a way to burn off steam if you are cooped up.
Keep those batteries charged up. You never know when the horde is going to start piling against your fence at night.
I’m lazy. I’m going to be even more super lazy when I get home after killing zombies all day. I just want to lay on the couch and relax after a hard day of beheading the undead. Who wants to get home, cook dinner, then have to scrub those dishes in water you haul up from the creek?
Which is why I keep a corner of my pantry stocked with Aluminum Foil. Wrap your food up, then put it right on the edge of the fire or even put it into your Dutch Oven (Day 127) and this way there is no clean up.
And of course you can use Aluminum Foil for non cooking uses as well. Wrap your steel wool in Aluminum Foil and it won’t rust so fast between uses. Make a reflector for your seed planter so they get extra sun. And of course anytime you need a disposable funnel or the ability to quickly clean up whatever your working on, you can use Aluminum Foil to take care of the job. (Funnels, drop pans etc)
And because I love you, I saved the best for last. Aluminum Foil hats. They are certified to keep the aliens from reading your mind. Trust me, spend enough time killing the undead and you’ll be needing this one the most.
Andrew Burgess patented his design for the folding shotgun in January of 1893 and sold his first production models in 1894. His goal was to make a shotgun that went beyond what a sporting shotgun could do and would be easily carried by messengers, bankers, guards, personal security, law enforcement, and cavalry while fully loaded. By building a very compact shotgun, and adding in the folding mechanism, his hope was to create a must have piece of equipment for anyone who needed the firepower a shotgun provided, but also wanted some level of discretion.
One of the more famous stories surrounding this weapon was how a salesman walked into a meeting with Theodore Roosevelt in 1885 (at the time he was the New York City Police Board President). The salesman whipped out his Burgess from the holster on his hip and fired multiple blanks into the ceiling. Roosevelt promptly ordered a hundred shotguns.
I can totally see how that would work. Now I need to find one at auction!