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    Serious question inside LQQK

    If zombies attacked, what would be your weapon of choice??
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Cricket bat. Unlimited ammo, blunt & sharp option, strong but not too heavy.

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Out of that list, I'm most familiar with the AK platform. Easy to keep it running, plentiful ammo, and more accurate than people make them out to be. It'd either be that or a mossberg 590a1.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    It was a close call for me between the "ma duece" (M2 50 cal) for the sheer destruction, but a saw 249 is way more mobile so I'd have to go with that.

    Edit: if there's Zombies I don't think there's any rules on how many weapons you can carry so I'd go for one saw 249 and two, I repeat two AA-12 shotguns.

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    My 9mm with silencer for primary and a machette for my secondary. silence is the best tool. since all those options make a lot of noise which will only attract more zombies and essentially get you killed....zombie survival guide FTW

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    I really liked the saw m-249 when i was in the marines. it had decent range and a high rate of fire for those sheer number of zonbie situations.not ot mention the 200-250 ammo. dont have to worry about reloads.
    Second weapon i am not sure it would work(dispatching zombies ) but possibly a flame thrower??

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    I'm going to be "that guy"....a subaru legacy ! Preferably a wagon (more surface area to swing the back end into).

    Actually related to the question, I'd go with some sort of shotty.

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Quote Originally Posted by B's Legacy Wagon
    I really liked the saw m-249 when i was in the marines. it had decent range and a high rate of fire for those sheer number of zonbie situations.not ot mention the 200-250 ammo. dont have to worry about reloads.
    Second weapon i am not sure it would work(dispatching zombies ) but possibly a flame thrower??
    How heavy is the M249? It's my favorite weapon on COD4.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    [quote=Wiscon_Mark]
    Quote Originally Posted by "B's Legacy Wagon":hbxelzi1
    I really liked the saw m-249 when i was in the marines. it had decent range and a high rate of fire for those sheer number of zonbie situations.not ot mention the 200-250 ammo. dont have to worry about reloads.
    Second weapon i am not sure it would work(dispatching zombies ) but possibly a flame thrower??
    How heavy is the M249? It's my favorite weapon on COD4.[/quote:hbxelzi1]

    It's been nine years since I have carried an m249, they were around 20 pounds but felt lighter as they were balance fairly well.

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    ^^ plus a couple magazines it will be quite a bit more than 20lbs. iirc 200 round mag is around 10lb by itself

    i'd go for ak-74m w/ gp-30, and a nice utility axe
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    AA-12... nuff said...

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    I've done a considerable amount of thinking on this, and my choice is easy. Crowbar

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    Guns are just going to attract more of the hoard.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    I should have been more specific. What if you were a hit squad hunting zombies.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Quote Originally Posted by Garrison
    I've done a considerable amount of thinking on this, and my choice is easy. Crowbar

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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    ^^ in all honesty, a cricket bat is too thick and eventually the wood will compress and you're left with a non-slice-able device - which would mean every strike would need to be an immediate kill...

    A machete and a butcher's pick would work great as a combo; providing you know how to parry with a hook.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    :M16, ammo easy to get, 3 round burst. Silencer? And a nice supply of grenades for fun.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Hide away in a shelter for a few months, let all the retards kill themselves off, and walk out like nothing happened....can that be an option?
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Quote Originally Posted by greenspeed
    Hide away in a shelter for a few months, let all the retards kill themselves off, and walk out like nothing happened....can that be an option?
    My thoughts exactly.



    Is blood non-disease carrying in our hypothetical scenario? Cause we're all gonna be a bit messy.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Quote Originally Posted by Garrison
    Quote Originally Posted by greenspeed
    Hide away in a shelter for a few months, let all the retards kill themselves off, and walk out like nothing happened....can that be an option?
    My thoughts exactly.



    Is blood non-disease carrying in our hypothetical scenario? Cause we're all gonna be a bit messy.

    Valid what if, there's too many variable in this simulations, have to know the baselines before preceding with a hypothetical answer, there's too much at stake
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    Yes, dealing with a hypothetical situation with hypothetical hard data is always the best way.
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    Re: Serious question inside LQQK

    Quote Originally Posted by Huffer
    Yes, dealing with a hypothetical situation with hypothetical hard data is always the best way.

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