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    Why as I scolled upthis post from the bottom did I know it was the work of STYYGENS!?
    Because you recognized the hallmarks of superior quality, scholarly knowledge of military history, and complete lack of fart jokes.

    Which, if I dare say so myself, puts me on par with this fine company of gentlemen:


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignoscant View Post
    In my most humble opinion; I'm going to place this here. I think it speaks for itself.

    I've got one of these. It would not be one of the first things in my house I picked up for anything except tearing buildings apart. The weight distribution is crappy and the rubber handle likes to come off. But if you've got a little extra cash in your pocket and like the look of it, fine. Whatever floats your boat. I do, however, have one of their framing hammer and wouldn't mind knocking some heads with that.
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    I'd have one of these in my 4x4 or house.

    http://www.stihl.co.uk/STIHL-Product...40/HT-131.aspx

    It's a ****-or-bust weapon though. It gives you range and will cut through a human neck in seconds, it'll be great in crowds plus takes almost no training or experience to use. The downer obviously is the noise. They're relatively simple machines so should start easily enough but starting on a cold day may cause issues.

    Swap the chain head for a strimmer and you can keep your surroundings nice and flat. Ankle biting zombies are a major danger.
    "Won't fight me in the ring? Don't fight me on the street."
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    Baby armour? Maybe appropriate for work or the busy house-spouse but we have no time for that in the zombie apocalypse. Wouldn't you go with this outfit? I'd have to say that mace is........smashing!


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    Combat Goats

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    We at Bullshido have your solution.

    That's just a yearling or less Boer Goat...They get big and beefy, and are delicious. String of pack goats might be just the thing, though. No need to carry feed, either.

    If you bottle raise one of these guys, they will follow you around like a dog. Cut them after they get big enough so they don't chaise the does around, strap on a saddle, and you are golden.



    They come in designer colors as well. I prefer the ninja-black though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by doofaloofa View Post


    I love the balance of Estwing tools
    I've got one with the longer handle, rubber instead of leather washer handle.

    Being a geologist at one point in my life...



    I have a bit of experience with these as well...used the ax/hatchet while staking mining claims. They take a sharp edge and balance nicely. Add a spike on the end (ala' the ancient poleaxe...) and good to go.



    I see cold steel makes one, but it's missing the spike.


    tough to beat the original. I've been reading some history lately, seems the infamous English longbowmen used these as needed, because not a lot of training (if any) was needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BKR View Post
    I've been reading some history lately, seems the infamous English longbowmen used these as needed, because not a lot of training (if any) was needed.
    In the Renaissance, they decided to try cramming a gun into the design:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Permalost View Post
    In the Renaissance, they decided to try cramming a gun into the design:

    Poleaxe version of bayonet attacked to tacticalized 10/22?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignoscant View Post
    In my most humble opinion; I'm going to place this here. I think it speaks for itself.

    Quote Originally Posted by wetware View Post
    I've got one of these. It would not be one of the first things in my house I picked up for anything except tearing buildings apart. The weight distribution is crappy and the rubber handle likes to come off. But if you've got a little extra cash in your pocket and like the look of it, fine. Whatever floats your boat. I do, however, have one of their framing hammer and wouldn't mind knocking some heads with that.
    I have one of these too. I agree about the balance and the grip on it being no good for braining zombies.

    I have a SOG tomahawk that I like. The first time I threw it, it went straight through a fence picket and kept on going.

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    I like it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PizDoff View Post
    Baby armour? Maybe appropriate for work or the busy house-spouse but we have no time for that in the zombie apocalypse. Wouldn't you go with this outfit? I'd have to say that mace is........smashing!


    Holy Hand grenade

    Forgive me, fellow nerds, but it's been decades since I've seen inside the rulebook: what does he have to throw to turn the undead?
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