Friday, February 26, 2016

Another Zombie Weapon List

Sigh.

Zombies and boomsticks, of course I can't resist.

There is a shotgun in there.  Number 2. 

A very wise men once said:

"You never select a shotgun as your primary anti-zombie firearm. It's great for onesy twosey, but zombies travel in hordes. The reload time is onerous, and the ammo, while effective, is heavy and bulky and short ranged."

Profound, that quote.

One day someone will make a list of zed-ending firearms and give me something interesting to mull over.

PS90.  Ok.  But the description lacks it's other advantages.  And certain disadvantages.

9mm plastic pistol that is also reliable, good.

22 M&P.  Also good.

.357 Magnum?  You only put that on there because of Walking Dead and you couldn't put new Colt Pythons on the list?  BAH.

Two more reliable plastic 9mm.  Good.

And a .338 lapua sniper....  Hmph.  "Take out zombie several football fields away!"  Doesn't mention your prairie dog gun at .223 is just as good for those several football fields, and only when you get north of 7 football fields that that chambering shines.  But not with your skill, typical internet zombie-list reader.  Be happy when you hit heads 500 yards away.  This is too much gun for me, and probably everyone that reads this.  Well, I can think of a reader or 2 that could put a really nice sniper rifle through it's paces...  But they know who they are.

But hey!  Leftie bolt action!  Unless they mirrors the image.

3 comments:

Erin Palette said...

I'm rather fond of the PMR-30 as an anti-zombie pistol. Full size for control, but very light, easy to control, carries a buttload of ammo, and the .22WMR ought to puncture the toughest zed cranium.

New Jovian Thunderbolt said...

Trudat

Secesh said...

A good 10-22 rifle with 'scope and can should do a good job.