The Kel-Tec Sub-2000 "Anti-Zombie Weapon"
Now this here is the ultimate in anti-zombie armaments. The ULTIMATE. Allow me to explain:
1. It's extremely portable. That laptop? It's to scale. So when folded, the Sub-2000 would fit easily in a backpack, messenger bag, saddlebag, ect. And the whole thing only weighs 4 pounds. That's HALF THE WEIGHT OF AN M16. Vital during a zombie apocalypse, because less size and weight means you can carry more ammo or other supplies.
2. It's extremely accurate. Good quality parts and next to no felt recoil thanks to it's small round, blowback action and a handy little aftermarket buffer from Tacticool Products mean easy, tight groupings. A no brainier, (See what I did there?) since you have to shoot 'em in the head, accuracy is very important. And with the EOTech flip-up scope, target acquisition is easy too.
3. It's extremely reliable. Using a straight blowback action with high grade computer-milled parts, the Sub-2000 is damned durable. The value of this goes with out saying. In addition, the scope is a flip up, so if it fails, you can snap in to the side with a button push and use your default sights.
4. It's extremely powerful. Using standard 9mm FMJ ammunition, thanks to it's longer barrel the Sub-2000 can achieve .357 MAGNUM performance out too 300 meters. Using .40 S&W, it can even surpass .44 Magnum.
5. It's easy to use. This gun is incredibly simple, which is why it's so ingenious. Very intuitive to operate, disassemble and clean, this gun can be easily and quickly mastered by someone who's never shot before. And the low recoil makes it nice for beginners too.
6. It's easy to feed. The Sub-2000 can accept many types of pistol magazine, but the best is the Glock magazines, because they're easy to scavenge given their popularity with the Police. It can also be had in either 9mm Para/Luger or .40 S&W. I recommend the 9mm version, because 9mm Para is one of the most common rounds in the world, and can be found almost anywhere.
7. It's DIRT CHEAP. At around 300 dollars, this thing is not only half the weight of an M16, it's half the price.
8. It's totally legal. Yup, the main reason for the design of this weapon was to circumvent the Brady Act and other gun bans of the '80s and '90s, because a folding gun didn't count as an assault weapon the way a folding STOCK did. Silly, right? It can also be made California Legal with the addition of a grip modifier which barely affects performance.
9. It's totally REAL. Yes, with the exception of the laptop and silencer, everything in this picture is 100% real and available to buy.
9mm Sub-2000, Glock version: -/+300 dollars
Red Lion Precision RIS rail kit: 147 dollars.
Tacticool Products buffer cylinder: 9.50 dollars.
Magpul AFG grip: 34.95 Dollars
EOTech scope: 200 Dollars.
30 Round Glock magazine: 32 dollars.
Suppressor: +/- 425 dollars.