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What if it happens? What if our worst fears are realized? If the Dead walk, the continuation of the human race will become a daily struggle. Are you prepared to protect and defend your family and friends? Your best chance lies in the Gerber Apocalypse survival kit. Enclosed in a super durable canvas carrying case with reinforced stitching, the kit is compact and packable. To beat the uprising we must work together. We must arm ourselves and organize.
Find yourself backed into a corner with the undead on the move? Grab your Gator Pro. It has an aggressive, multi-purpose blade that can be used as an axe, a machete, or knife to filet your way through any walker offensive. In battle, the extra-grippy rubberized handle keeps the blade securely in hand. If the undead come calling, let the Gator Pro answer the door.
*Also a great machete for clearing brush, blazing trails, and chopping branches.
Rise up from the swamps with the Gator! This is Gerber's take on the classic anti-walker machete. It's a two-pronged attack with both a fine edge and serrated edge. Forged of high-carbon stainless steel, the flesh of the undead and their viral residue never stick to the Gator's blade. Made to protect you and your loved ones in the harshest of post-outbreak environments, it's a dual-purpose machete made to withstand the worst that the uprising has to offer.
*Other uses include sawing limbs and clearing brush.
Hand-to-hand combat with the Walking Dead? We don't recommend it. If you do, however, find yourself going toe-to-toe with a decomposing creep we suggest the Camp II. It's our single-hand axe made for close-quarter confrontations with a walker. It has an elongated handle which means more forceful bone crushing with every swing. Complete with a molded plastic sheath, this is Gerber's essential hand axe for survival in a post-outbreak society.
*Also an all-purpose hand axe for setting up camp and chopping wood.
We can't know for sure, but it's very likely that primitive jungle tribesmen knew a thing or two about attacks from the undead. Modeled after a traditional jungle machete, the Parang is a modern-day warrior's dream weapon battling the uprising. Light, razor sharp, and perfectly balanced, the Parang makes quick work of the rotting flesh of walkers and never, ever loses its edge. This is the machete design that has been slaying the undead for centuries.
*This is an incredible machete for clearing a path in the backcountry.
Never step outside of your stronghold without this knife. Made to be a post-apocalyptic everyday carrier, the DMF Folder is 24-hour peace of mind. The DMF boasts a locking tanto blade for quick insertion and deep penetration into the decomposing flesh of the undead. It's complete outbreak protection in a rugged, compact package.
*Also can be used as a super rugged folding knife for everyday carry.
Caught alone in the land of the undead? Let's hope you've got your LMF II. This walker-tested 10" survival knife is an absolute beast. It boasts a durable, partially serrated blade and, if needed, a blunt pommel for crushing the heads and spines of oncoming walkers. For a longer reach the LMF II has two holes where the handle meets the blade for lashing to a pole to create a spear. Ideal for attacking walkers from higher ground.
*This is also a high-quality, military-grade fixed blade sheath knife.
For an ambidextrous slayer of the undead, the Gerber Epic should be your first choice. The low profile and sleek design makes the Epic a perfect minimal knife for the walker hunter that moves quickly and quietly in hostile territory. It comes housed in a ballistic sheath that is impervious to infection and the Titanium nitrade-coated blade repels the toxic residue of the undead.
*Also a sleek sheath knife for everyday carry.
I purchased this kit for my husband thinking that Gerber products would be good quality. He used it once and the next day when he took out a couple of the pieces they were... Read morePublished on Dec 30 2012 by Chandra