The undead have found your hiding hole, and you are nearly cornered by an endless sea of flesh-hungry abominations. You’re barely able to escape, but not without losing your gun. You’re practically defenseless.
You take refuge in an abandoned fire station, looking for a new weapon. Most people have thought the same thing, because the place is picked clean. You are lucky, however, as you stumble upon an overturned desk. Beneath the mess you find an intact Fire Axe. Giving it a few test swings, you find that you like the weight as it cuts straight through wood. It might be very useful.
Dark Moon’s Fire Axe is a versatile weapon, popular in the post-apocalypse. Designed to look like a real fire axe, this latex replica weapon features a red chopping blade and a sturdy spike on the reverse side. The axe is 92 cm long, with a 13 cm long head and 10 cm straight edge blade. The 10 cm long reverse spike curves back like a claw. The Axe head is attached to an 85 cm long handle, designed to look like wood coated in black paint.
Made from durable closed cell foam around a solid fibreglass core, and finished with a strong latex coating, you can feel confident that this LARP weapon will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your post-apocalyptic kit.
First hafted axe was created about 6,000 B.C. using birch-tar and raw-hide lashings to fix the blade to its handle
Fire axe’s primary use is to break down doors and windows
There are a few tricks you have learned in order to survive the post-apocalyptic wastelands--and the most important trick involves making weapons out of whatever you can find.
You crafted the Vibro Sword from the assorted scraps you found on your travels, including some bronze and iron metal. It required some ingenuity and a lot of patience, but now you have a weapon that will slice straight through raiders and would-be thieves.
Dark Moon’s Vibro Sword is a latex weapon made for techno-knights and mechanically-inclined fighters. The Vibro Sword is 110 cm long with a 20 cm handle wrapped in split-leather for a comfortable grip. This glaive features a realistic generator and power cord connecting it to the blade--as though built to produce vibrations in order to cause more damage when cutting. The blade itself is 75 cm long with a 6 cm wide.
Made from durable closed cell foam around a solid fibreglass core and finished with a strong latex coating, you can feel confident that this LARP weapon will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your post-apocalyptic kit.
An example of a weapon you might find after the world-as-we-know-it ends
Used as protection when you’ve inevitably run out of bullets for your gun
The vast wastelands are dangerous, and so you are armed to the teeth. Guns, knives, and even a chainsaw are kept handy should the specific need arise to use them. Your favourite, however, is your Sewer Shield.
The large piece of metal is practically indestructible. It’s a tried and true way of protecting yourself from your enemies, and it makes you look especially tough being able to easily carry such an enormous weight.
Dark Moon’s Sewer Shield is a realistic looking latex manhole cover, designed to be used against raider bullets and zombie claws alike. The Sewer Shield is sculpted and handpainted to look like heavy metal, with two fat iron chains running through it. In the center of its 60 cm diameter, the word ‘STORM’ is carved on the face.
Wear this Riot Shield left- or right-handed with the use of four versatile leather arm straps on the back. Feel confident that this hard EVA foam and latex shield will withstand the continued abuse of a LARP with regular latex maintenance.
Manhole covers have been used since Ancient Rome
Designed to keep unauthorized people and objects out of the sewer system