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TACWRK Zombie Apocalypse 2012 Survival Kit

German company TACWRK has put together a zombie survival kit for the year 2012. Included with the kit: Stanley Fatmax crowbar, SOG Voodoo tomahawk, replica Panzerfaust, baseball bat, Mission Archery MXB-360 crossbow, Oakley M-Frame 3.0, replica hand grenade, replica H&K G36, ‘The Zombie Survival Guide’ by Max Brooks, Hanwag Alaska GTX boots, Fenix ​​TK70 flashlight, Böker machete, Stihl MS880 chainsaw, compass, ‘Rambo: First Blood Part II’ replica survival knife, replica Walther SG68 RAM shotgun, United Cutlery Expendables Kunai 3 piece thrower set, Tasmanian Tactical TT Vest Base, ‘Zombie Hunter’ patch, and ‘Zombie Hunting Club Berlin eV’ patch. The Price? € 8,999.00, plus shipping.

TACWRK – Zombie Apokalypse 2012 Survival Kit

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4 Responses to “TACWRK Zombie Apocalypse 2012 Survival Kit”

  1. Grayson says:

    I. Am. Disappointed.

    About nine THOUSAND freaking euros for this package? With nothing that actually goes bang or promotes recoil therapy?

    Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, over?

    The Stihl chainsaw is an outstanding piece of kit, I’ll admit – but no damn zombie hunter is gonna deploy anything that can’t do some serious damage to the undead!
    I can simply not believe that a German company would stoop to this level of wussie, for cryin’ out loud.

    And, “replica Panzerfaust?’
    Somebody out there wanna go hunt replica zombies?

    Alas. Europe is lost, I fear.

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  4. Confused says:

    Seriously?!?…9,000 for toys basically? Why would anyone pay for fake survival gear? I’m hoping this is just a joke or some sort of spoof. I’d hate to think that this is actually supposed to be taken seriously.

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