This Ruger SP101 would be perfect for societal collapse. You don’t want a complicated gun when the lights go out. You want something you can load in the dark. You want something that pokes huge holes in people fast.
Things commonly found on my person; beyond my wallet and keys.
Ruger SP 101, .357 mag. Meerschaum pipe tamp. 12 rounds Remington Hydra shock .38 +P. Renzhezi bare knuckle boxing knuckles. Lady Leg comb.Remington antler scaled pocket knife. A devotional, blue tip matches, mag lite.
Compact but still hefty revolver chambered in magnum calibers. This particular example uses .454 Casull, a caliber more commonly associated with the Taurus Raging Bull. One advantage to getting a .454 Casull revolver is that you can safely shoot the cheaper, lower pressure, lower recoiling .45 Colt. More economical to shoot at the range when using the smaller caliber but the Alaskan was designed as a “bear gun”, hence the name. Would much prefer the .454 than .45 Colt if encountering a grizzly. (GRH)