So you’ve got a regular zombie infiltration taking place at your stronghold eh? Time to set up some static defenses, commonly referred to as “defensive fighting positions” or even “foxholes” for the old school folks. Before you go digging holes all willy-nilly across your property, why not take a moment and ask yourself an important question. ”How do I know if these are the right defensive positions?”
On the first day of protective services school, in the very first minute of class, you will learn one thing: DO NOT be time and place predictable. You vary your schedule, change your routes, eliminate as many choke points as possible from your daily travel, do everything possible to avoid being obvious and making yourself an easy target. The reasons why are simple:
You’re a prepper. You have stores of food and water, supplies, commo gear, and everything you could conceivably need in order to survive the Zombie Apocalypse. Unfortunately, that also means that you’re a target. Eventually everyone in the neighborhood will figure out that you and yours are maintaining your weight while everyone else in society is starving, and your neighbors will cease to behave in a neighborly way. To say “Oh well, I guess I should have prepared” is not the human way. They will attempt to take your provisions by force.