AR-15 'Zombie Destroyer' Features Muzzle Break, Bipod, 9 Magazines, 3 Lasers, 4 Flashlights, 3 Red-Dot Sights

June 19, 2012


This is a video from the guys at Moss Pawn showing off their "fully modified" (presumably because there's no more room to put anything) AR-15 Zombie Destroyer. It looks like it could definitely destroy some zombies -- AT DISTANCE. And when it comes to fighting zombies, distance is definitely your best friend. Some people might argue a wounded stranger is your best friend because you can use them as bait, but those people are sick in the head. Jk jk, they're actually smart, I just have to pretend to be disapproving because I have this Mother Teresa reputation to uphold. "You pushed an old lady down the stairs because you heard a fire engine." Dammit, it sounded like an ice cream truck!

Hit the jump for a video walkthrough of the gun.

Thanks to my buddy Terry, probably the biggest gun fan I know that doesn't actually own any.

  • Rad Chad

    I'm sure that no one will misinterpret this very obvious joke as a thing of sincerity. Positively certain.

  • Give me a lobo and a sidearm anyday over this heavy piece of crap.

  • oni099

    what the fuck dose camy quarter mean lol. point it right at me apparently.

  • westmclarenmerc

    Zombie Survival 101: Stationary (defending) If its far away and just a single zombie wait for it to come closer to use a sword, if it is a larger group, use belt-feds. On-the-move (offensive) Single zombie, again, the sword. A group, tactical retreat untill it's safe to move again, only in a emergiancy use a SMG like a P90 with silencer.
    When to use the gun in the video? NEVER!!! moving lights attract zombies, it takes like 10 seconds to turn it all off and reloading is going to be a bitch, and it's to bulky to use properly, you'll be a zombie before nightfall.

  • jason lau

    Someone obviously never read the Zombie Survival Guide.

  • Keegano

    They did this to display what kinds of accessories one can attatch to the AR-15 and to get people's attention. They are a gun store, they sell guns and accessories, that gun serves it's purpose very well. It's purpose is to gain attention and start a conversation so that these salesmen can sell guns and accessories. They just called it a zombie killer because it sounds cool. Think about it, these guys are pros and I'm sure that in a zombie apocalpse scenario they would be armed with something a little more logical.

  • I use to work in firearm sales and you're dead on. People who sell firearms have to get creative because sometimes selling guns is like selling cars...people will look around and fiddle with guns but then they don't want to spend the money and walk out of the shop. The whole zombie pop culture has allowed gun companies and FFLs (gun dealers) a chance to market firearms in a new way to spark interest in new clientele or keep existing clientele interested in the product. Furthermore gun accessories is where the real money is for dealers even though the mark up isnt great, magazines and sights are easy to sell in high volume. (think Wal-Mart economics)

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    Or they could be complete tards and will die within the first 24 hours of the zombie apocalypse and after their death I will honor them by raiding their store....leaving that gun behind.

  • BillGatesIsYourDaddy

    that gun has no purpose in a zombie apocalypse. I will gladly pick up a glock and a shortie 12 guage before that piece of crap. The one holding that gun will be used as bait as they could not maneuver quickly enough to get away.

  • artilleryboy

    I would much rather use a melee weapon than a gun like that. It seems to large and bulky and I reckon that an untrained and unfit person (i.e me) would die trying to use it.

  • BeastmanAIDS

    If you're untrained and unfit then being within melee range of zombies is the very last thing you should be doing. I would think a hunting rifle, a small close range firearm and a machete would be the winning ticket. As you can tell, I'm a total expert when it comes to hypothetical scenarios and skills that will never be put into practice.

  • Mighty Molecule

    ....there's always room for a chainsaw. always.

  • So, these guys own a gun store, and they made this. These are people who are supposed to know something about guns, and yet, they still put this piece of garbage together.

    Why is all that shit strapped to the gun? It serves no purpose other than to weigh the gun down and make it awkward to handle.

  • BeastmanAIDS

    I bet you get invited to all the parties. Such a big bag of fun.

  • Look, you may consider a bunch of kids licking windows and playing gay naked twister to be a party, but I think I'll skip it.

  • It's marketing, they probably put the rifle on their customer counter. They can show someone what you CAN do with an ar15, so people will see something they like on the rifle (i.e. sight, laser module, specialty magazine, stock, foregrip, ect) and buy it. Trust me these people know this is stupid, but keep in mind also that there are idiots that don't know anything about guns and walk into gunshops wanting to buy some tacti-cool bull crap . Especially zombie obsessed and video game nerds, When I worked at a gun shop you'd be surprised how many people would call and want to buy fictional guns they thought were real because it was in a video game.

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