This is for entertainment purposes only. Please do not actually try this. I hate disclaimers to, but I don’t want to get in trouble.
MORPs, or ‘mobile organic resupply pods’ and best known as ‘zombies’. In the event of a major catastrophe in which the rule of law has completely disappeared and supplies could be hard to get, raiding MORPs will be the next best thing. And they’ll often come right to you, trying to steal what you have, so you won’t have to go very far. All you have to do is be smarter than they are, and as far as I know, the average zombie often doesn’t have two brain cells to rub together. At least, none of the zombies I know personally. However, some MORPs may have tactical training, so be careful. It is relevant to note that in the event of a foreign invasion, the enemy MORPs will have better training and better logistics that most of us American patriots, but that is a different ball game.
Say a gang of maybe 30 zombies are headed your way and refugees are able to tell the general direction in which they are coming from. You can then scout the zombies and formulate a good plan to get them before the arrive at your doorstep. Know your area of operations. Is there an area that you can funnel them into? Do you have good ambush points? Once your plan is formed, tweaked, and executed, then we can get to the business as mentioned in the title. Raiding dead zombies may be disturbing to some, but considering the fact that they will have things you need, toughen up. Remember, the zombies tried to kill you first. Don’t go for just the guns, ammo, and weaponry, take everything. Blood washes off, material can be disinfected from the zombie infection virus. Boots will be at a premium SHTF. Even if they don’t fit you, they can be bartered for things you need. Good heavy coats, gold and silver jewelry (wedding rings), decent jeans, even food and glasses can be salvaged. Remember, your first responsibility is to yourself, your family, and your group. Do everything you can to take care of them.
May God grant you peace and that things never get this bad.