Zombie blade?

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by zeezee, Aug 27, 2010.

  1. Demasoni

    Demasoni
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    Oh man, theses blades look brutal! my favorite blade is "The Harvester"
     
  2. spengo

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    Guys, the only blade you need for killing zombies is a katana. Two katanas. Mounted as bayonets on your dual wielded tiger striped desert eagles.
     
  3. sweetbeard

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    2 $5 machetes have worked in Africa for many many years...

    thats my choice
     
  4. zeezee

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    I like the Spike, would make a good boot knife.
     
  5. Decker

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    True. But ya gotta admit that those are sweet looking Zombie killing blades!

    And here I was just gonna go for a Gerber Gator™ Machete : Cabela's

    -d
     
  6. terrylf72

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    ROFLOL.... Oh man someone took the idea and ran with it... Building on the fears of those who really fear the Zombie! but have to say I like a couple of those blade..

    The Harvester and d’Capitan! if the price wasnt so high
     
  7. SleepynSeattle

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    1 really nifty and (maybe) well built blade from this website= $400
    10,000 rounds of .22 at current sales prices = $400

    Did it ever occur to anyone else while they were watching that guy from "Dawn of the dead" shooting zombie after zombie from the roof of his gun store, with a high powered rifle......that if he'd just switched over to .22, things woulda ended a bit differently? Lesson to be learned? If you wanna look for Elvis in a crowd, do it in PRE zombie invasion miami.
     
  8. RJHinPDX

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  9. coop44

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    I like them, most machetes are junk, these look sweet
     
  10. zeezee

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  11. freeman3911

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    they should make a Zombie film about a group of Katana wielding Samurais

    The Machete is tried & true, but for those who got the cash get a well made Katanna
     
  12. 56kninja

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    I was planning to buy one of those but they only have a 1/4th tang and have a tendency to snap at the tang..

    I have a rambo machete but it doesn't come sharp, and its been taking awhile to sharpen it as the steel seems harder than a normal blade..

    Cool zombie tools, wish they weren't so expensive.. But If Im going to spend 400 dollars on an industrial sword might as well get a glock..
     
  13. Decker

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    Good to know. I was in Wilco last week and saw that they had some machete's too and they looked a bit more rugged (and cheaper) so I'd probably just get one there.

    -d
     
  14. FIDO6

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    FWIW
    I got to use an 18" Ang Khola from these folks a few weeks ago and will be ordering up a few toys soon. Extremely well made and balanced tool. Our 12 year old daughter hacked down a 5" dia. tree with relative accuracy and ease.

    Himalayan-Imports.com - Online Store
     
  15. trainsktg

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  16. gunfreak

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    I really like the glock field knife, yeah its short but attach it to a pole and spear them. Its a tough no nonsense blade that is balance for throwing and can hack down trees w/ ease.
     
  17. trainsktg

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    A good Khukuri is hard to beat.

    Keith
     
  18. Will_Power

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    While riding on the back of a trained war rhino. That's and important part of survival, too!
     

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