The list author says: "I cant express how hilarious I find many of the lists I've read, so I'm making my own. This list may or may not work for everyone. I have a lot of hunting/camping background so I already know how to get food and how to make a lot of things I don't need to carry. The idea is to travel as light as possible but take what you can. I recommend you get a couple of firearms. A Mosin Nagant 91/30 will run you about $100 and is dependable as hell. I'd get a few boxes of non-corrosive ammo (less cleaning time and not much more than the spam can stuff). I can get it at around .50 cents a round. Use it for big game hunting or popping off zombies/intruders. Using a Mosin Nagant is more suited to distance shots since you could easily be overwhelmed if surrounded at close quarters. For close quarters pick a handgun up for cheap. I recommend a .22 pistol for head shots and portability of ammo. Avoid most fights if possible, don't draw attention to yourself, and stay away from cities. Kill when you have to, run when you can."
"For one, you're gonna need a shovel. If you want to cook food relatively undetected you can bury hot stones or coals with your food, or you can dig cat holes to relieve yourself in. Not to mention the 1001 other uses including a formidable weapon in a pinch."
"Putting this sucker in here because its cheap and I bought one for backup blade. It comes with a ferro rod, and if you take off the paracord it is perfectly designed to be a spear head. Nice for the price."
"Good bag, but you can assemble your own just make sure you include fever reducers, quick clot, suture equipment, loads of bandages, and sterilization supplies. A snake bite kit wouldn't hurt either. I'd throw in a bottle of high proof liquor...preferably grain neutral spirits. It can be used to sterilize, kill pain, and as a sleep aid."