You and your gang of rag-tag survivors are about to make a break for the school bus across the street. You’ve got to be quick on your feet, so you won’t be able to take much. Thankfully, this Zombie Survival Kit from ThinkGeekwill fit perfectly in your bug-out bag. Okay, so the zombie apocalypse (probably) won’t be happening any time soon, but there’s nothing wrong with being prepared. The main selling point of Zombie Survival Kit has to be the SOG Tactical Tomahawk – One and a half pounds of 420 stainless steel zombie ‘persuasion,’ according to the product page. It’s over 15 inches long with an eight inch blade and fiberglass-reinforced nylon handle. Every survival kit needs a multi-purpose tool and this is yours. Obviously, the kit is full of all sorts of other goodies like Zombie Jerky, a collapsible shot glass, dissolving hand soap sheets, the CRKT Eat’N Tool, a survival kit in a sardine can and of course, energy drinks. To top it all off ThinkGeek throws in a length of 550 lb paracord (just in case!) and wraps the whole package in a nylon bag reading, “Zombie Survival Kit / In Case of Outbreak: Open Bag.” Of course, everything costs money and the same holds true for the Zombie Survival Kit, it will set you back about $80.
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Zombie Survival Kit features real tactical ax and a spork
Here’s What’s Inside A $24,000 Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit Dylan Love Jul. 10, 2012, 10:48 AM 212,757 10 Email Scientific supply company Optics Planet is selling a survival kit for the zombie apocalypse . It’s called the ZERO Kit (which stands for Zombie Extermination, Research, and Operations, of course) and if you want one, it’ll set you back $24,000. Sure, it contains gun accessories, but there’s much, much more within. Here’s the full Z.E.R.O. (Zombie Extermination, Research and Operations) Kit
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Here’s What’s Inside A $24,000 Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit
Kit. The battery box includes a whopping 400 batteries. OpticsPlanet only includes one battery box in the kit, but they suggest stocking up on one more to use for trading. Solar Charger The power will eventually go out when the dead start walking, but luckily for survivors we will always have the sun. The Z.E.R.O. kit includes a solar charger, so that when your battery supply runs out you can just recharge! Weapon Light In order to survive in a world full of dead flesh eaters you are going to need a weapon…and it would be helpful if you could see. The SureFire Benelli M1 Super 90 Forend Weaponlight lets you see exactly what your shooting at when danger is near.
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What’s in Your Zombie Survival Kit?
Loud guns may attract unwanted zombie attention. Baseballs bats can require several swats to work. Chainsaws need gas. A tactical ax, however, is portable and effective. ThinkGeek’s Zombie Survival Kit features a stainless-steel SOG Tactical Tomahawk, suitable for close combat or hurling from a distance at the undead. Zombie crime scene tape helps you alert other survivors to danger zones.
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Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kit Sells for $24,000, Where To Get Yours
By: News Staff on January 04, 2013 Image from Shutterstock Ever since the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) launched its creative “zombie apocalypse” campaign , Americans have been even more exposed to the recommendation of making a survival kit for any disaster. Kristy Fifelski, the new media director of Emergency Managements parent company, e.Republic, shows whats in her go bag and if it matches what the CDC recommends in the following video. “If you are generally well equipped to deal with a zombie apocalypse you will be prepared for a hurricane, pandemic, earthquake or terrorist attack, said Ali Khan, director of the CDCs Office of Public Health Preparedness and Response, on the agencys website. Previously Emergency Management reported on how government agencies were working the popularity of zombies into their preparedness messages and even disaster drills. Are you still using zombies to promote preparedness?
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