Everyone knows that zombie hunting season is a year-round affair with no bag limits. Taking a zombie requires no license, tags or habitat stamps — but the undead warrant special attention during certain times of the year, when hoards emerge with an intolerable vengeance. Grand Island, Neb., recently experienced a major zombie invasion of pandemic proportions. Luckily, over 350 hunters were standing by locked and loaded to defend mankind.
Zombie hunters need weapons that deliver substantial force from a distance, where the splatter of contagious green puss won't infect any innocent bystanders. Most hunters carry as much ammo as they can quickly reload into their rifles, pistols and shotguns. When all that gear isn't enough to destroy the undead — hunters resort to more deliberate tactics with Sonic Boom targets and Slidefire stocks.
Proper battle attire also improves a zombie hunter's effectiveness. Shields, chains, and even tactical mullets are famous for preventing infection. The editors at G&A want to spread the word about the most effective battle gear, so we picked the best zombie costumes from Hornady's recent Zombies in the Heartland Three Gun Match.
Shish Kabob Brain
Zombie scalps fetch big money these days.
This is what happens if you run out of Z-Max
Put down the bagpipes when zombies come knocking.
Yogi Berra Meets Ironman
Make zombies run out of the base path when they round third.
The standard issue gear of zombie hunters worldwide.
It's on like Donkey Kong when zombies show up! Hunting the undead makes everybody happy happy happy.
Don't go home to this infected family.
All right you primitive screwheads, listen up...see this? This...is my BOOM stick!
Bring at least 200 bushels of ammo for zombies.
Joe Dirt hunts zombies too.