Zombie Roundup

zombie x

If you are looking for the latest gear for the undead uprising, well there is a lot of choices (assuming you like green.)  Here are a few of the latest.

Bear OPS released the Undead Series of tactical knives.  The knife handles and blades feature the Reaper Z pattern that is popular with the suburban operators working zombie cleanup missions.

There are three basic models in the Undead Series:  the Stiletto, the Constant II and the Bear Song IV.  Pricing starts at $120.

swiss zombie knife

Staying with knives, it looks like you can now pickup a Swiss Army style knife in Apocalpse Green from Swiss Bianco.  $66 for this one.

zombie belt

Daltech Force is offering a leather gun belt called The Zombie.  The belt comes in a number of size and color options, but its main draw is the distressed appearance that is normally only seen on a belt after being weeks “downrange” fighting animated corpses.  Pricing starts at $39.95.

zombie x chainsaw

Although not new, one really isn’t properly equipped for close-in combat with the living dead unless he or she has a Zombie X chainsaw attached to the Picatinny rails of a long gun.  The electric chainsaw can chew through a decomposing wave of brain munchers easily, but it is messy.  Wear goggles.  Pricing? $498.

Richard Johnson

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  • Giolli Joker

    This time I’ll be the first to say it: “poor trigger discipline!” 🙂

    BTW, the movie World War Z goes to great lenghts to express the “keep the finger off the trigger” rule…

    • David Sharpe

      I was just about to mention that.

  • wtf

    This shit is still going on?

    • gunslinger


  • Kai

    I actually don’t mind the swiss army knife. On the other hand, it didn’t take that long for my leather belt to get beat up so I’m not sure why one would need to buy a ‘distressed’ belt.

    • Aaron E

      True Kai, but then why are brand new jeans sold with rips and holes already provided? Both are dumb in my opinion.

  • Frank

    If it’s like the quality you see with Bear Ops other knives. I’d stay away from those. Sure they make all of their stuff in the USA, make it poorly that is.

  • gunslinger

    on the chainsaw… why is the gear side open? wouldn’t it make sense to have it closed off to keep crud from jamming? i mean i wouldn’t want my saw to not work when a herd of brain suckers is coming at me…

    • M.M.D.C.

      Dude, to save weight, of course! 😉

      • gunslinger

        if they want to save weight, the could remove the teeth on the other side..

        • M.M.D.C.

          Right you are. I was just joking around. The whole thing is a silly, impractical thing and so, if I was really concerned with saving weight, I would never strap something like that to my rifle. Just a bit of fun.

    • David Sharpe

      I think crud would get even more stuck if it was closed off, at least now the crud has somewhere to go.

  • j

    Damn i’m tired of zombie crap. Anyway, if you tried to fight a zombie with a swiss army knife, or basically any knife, you’re dead

    • Zombie

      I guess you’ve never watched “The Walking Dead”? Lol

  • RickH

    Please, stop posting articles on this crap. Please.

    • It’s been about two months since we mentioned any green stuff:-)

    • David Sharpe

      The title was “Zombie Roundup”

      If you do not want to read about zombies, do not click the link to a zombie article…….

      How hard is this?

    • JT

      It doesn’t bother me as much as it used to. This Zombie Stuff. I used to think it was something gun enthusiasts would say because liking guns for guns sake has become “creepy” to your average liberal populace

  • William Baker

    Yes, and everyone knows that if you’re fighting people with blood borne infections of any kind, it is best to attack with chain saws and splatter things everywhere. I soooooo want one. (j/k)

  • Grimr

    Zombies are a metapfor for the total collapse of society. So long as a huge number of people have a niggling fear in the back of their minds that our lives, our economy, and our social structure are on the verge of a radical collapse, the zombie thing isn’t going away.

    • RobGR

      Agreed, zombies exist. Come down to Oceanside, CA, enjoy the beach, the sun,
      and gaze at the many meth heads, barely even human anymore, roaming
      around, groaning, urinating on themselves, staring aimlessly, utterly
      useless carcasses in the wasteland awaiting their next fix.

      Do I chose to approach or disturb them, no, as the situation would erupt, a la Zimmerman. Additionally, the EBT cards they have been issued do sedate their will to converge into a viable threat… once those cards run out though….. Hmmmm, but I guess the backs of the middle class need to be completely broken before they do run out.

  • TangledThorns

    We use realistic zombie paper targets, they’re an eye catcher and conversation starter at the range. I got them mainly for the wife who is into zombies, mainly because of The Walking Dead, and it keeps her interested in going to the range.


  • Frosty_The_White_Man

    Zombies are popular because we all know that “zombie” really means “my annoying neighbor.”

  • JT

    I don’t want to see the video when someone attatches that thing to a gun, it breaks off of the rail after getting caught on something like a 2′ thick tree, and starts taking off appendages. I also like the rail mounted bottle opener. I just hope it’s intended for the picatinny mug and they’re not encouraging handling a gun whilst drinking

  • Alex Nicolin

    Yep, the weight that 8 lbs mini-chainsaw attached to your 7 lbs AR15 would do wonders for you when running away from a horde of hungry zombies 🙂

  • Robert

    You know someone has cut a tree down with that stupid chainsaw jsut to say they did

  • John Sjöström

    It is more likely that society will collapse becouse of a strong flu virus than from a zombie virus.