Weapons are great, really great in fact, but you’re not going to be Slayer King of the Aftermath if your Harbor Freight toolkit can’t feed you or put a roof over your head.
Check out this group of a few new tool offerings to clip onto your back or buggy. They might not be the best for putting down zeds, but the Zombiclypse is going to be about more than redeadinating… sorry.
The Zubin Axe Survival Staff
Zubin Axe – “As a multi-tool survival staff with available accessories including an axe, saw, spear, fishing spear, and even a sling-shot, the Zubin Axe is an essential hiking and camping tool. The one-piece construction is crafted of rugged Natural Hickory Wood with an ergonomic rubber grip for comfort.
Each of the five optional tools is thoughtfully designed with the outdoorsman in mind and each interchangeable tool is made of top quality 440C Stainless Steel for strength and durability.”
Note: You might be able to off a few walkers with this one actually.
Fox Knives Folding Spade
Fox Knives – “folding handle. three different working angles of the shovel: 90°, 135° and 180° to the handle. FKMD folding spade is strong and light, it stores in tight spaces for easy transport in a back pack, in a boat or anywhere space is limited.
weight 43.91 oz
handle > folding handle patent system NYLON with fiber glass
sheath > NYLON
spade > stainless steel > AISI 420
coating > Black Idroglider”
Ding Dong Breaching Tool
Gerber – “A sledgehammer. A battering ram. A pry bar. All three are essential breaching tools for operators who need to get through doors quickly. The Ding Dong combines these three tools into one tight package. The enlarged hammer head features machined cross-hatching that effectively bites into doors and other surfaces as you smash into them, minimizing slip and maximizing impact. The enlarged pry bar at the end of the handle is perfect for wedging into door frames. The Ding Dong’s fiberglass handle features two molded rings equally spaced to create mechanical stops for the operator’s hands, ensuring a solid grip when swinging at or ramming objects. The Ding Dong comes with a unique mounting system – a fiberglass plate that mounts to MOLLE gear. The Ding Dong mechanically snaps into the carrying plate and is held by a quick-detach heavy rubber strap. Proudly built in Portland, Oregon.”