Not me; now that it's illegal to laugh at the disabled and make them dance whilst throwing them hot coins, laughing at obese Americans who think they're Rambo is the last of the good old-fashioned pleasures still available.
There's a subculture in the US Armed Forces and Gun Culture that pretends that Zombies are the threat and shoot at "Zombie" targets. Bit weird I grant you but in essence harmless. No different really to Figure 12 Hun Heads and fighting "Ze Germanz" or Red Forces being very thinly disguised Russians.
Serious company with a tongue in cheek marketing strategy:
"Obviously we're just having some fun with this zombie promotion around the Halloween season," said Pete Brownell, President/CEO of Brownells. "I want to thank Hornady, EOTech, Otis, Guns & Ammo's Zombie Nation, and ATN for their support of this project. We've found that survival themed products attract a whole other segment, particularly younger people, into the shooting sports – and that’s good for all Second Amendment supporters."
I was given to understand that the 'zombies' they are actually preparing against are not so much undead with a reputed fondness for human flesh, as melanin-enhanced gentlemen with a reputed fondness for watermelons.
For the benefit of any bondage practitioners here, the Peerless Handcuff Company has pink cuffs available in chain link and hinged designs. Colour leg irons also available. These are regulation copper gear.
I imagine flat black and nickle are still available for the more traditional plod.
Well that makes two of us as I enjoy the show. I've seen forums where crazy septics are talking about stockpiling weapons, food & ammo for the "zombie apocalypse" though. There was some raging hard ons stateside when that tramp got his face gnawed off earlier this year among those types.
This rifle is 100% legal in California because it is based on an "off-list" lower receiver made by Stag Arms and has no evil features at all, instead featuring a fixed stock instead of the evil collapsible stock, a muzzle brake in place of the vile flash-hider, and a MonsterMan Grip instead of the heinous and malicious plastic pistol grip. The C Products magazine looks like a 30 round magazine body but is permanently modified to only allow 10 rounds.
I have to give props to my friend Drew at Armory Airbrush who painted the parts for me and did a great job on the graphics. Check him out at Welcome