Back at the base, the team rushes Rodney to the clinic, where Lara and the Army medic patch him up. While it is a very serious wound, they discover Rodney’s constitution is is tougher than they previously thought – apparently, those Norwegians are tough sonsabitches. Once the team is back, and know that Rodney will be OK, Tony and Teddy decide to head back to the gun store by themselves to dish out some revenge for their beloved teammate.
They are able to make it back with out incident and park behind the guns store and dismount for a stealthy approach. With the hopes that the hoard had done the shopkeepers in, they discover the bars on the doors and windows were working to good effect against the zombies – more undead bodies piled outside the store, cut down with ease with the firepower from within the store. Once again, acquiring a car mirror to tactically view into the store, they discover one of the workers behind the counter, with the other nowhere to be seen. Making an Annie Oakley trick shot using the mirror, Tony attracts the attention of the worker who proceeds to spray the window frame with lead while shouting out more hillbilly-like phrases and insults. Deciding to split up, Tony sneaks around to the opposite side of the store, where he passes by Rodney’s pool of blood. He is able to get the shop worker caught in a crossfire, only to be answered back in kind by the other hidden worker.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the store, without looking, Teddy sticks his pistol in the window and, like a highly trained Taliban fighter, takes blind pot-shots at the workers within, wreaking havoc on the ceiling and store shelves. Bursts of return fire answer teddy back and he is forced to duck back down under the window. Hearing Tony’s continued gun-play from the opposite side of the store, Teddy, in a flash of genius (or stupidity), grabs the closest dead body outside the window and props it up at the window as a decoy to distract the shop keepers. Teddy feels the thud of bullets as burst after burst impacts the dead body. This distraction allows Tony to catch one of the workers off-guard and he hits one of the workers in the arm, rendering it useless. This allows Tony some time to sneak around to the front doors only to discover that they are securely locked. To cover him, Teddy takes more blind shots with his pistol. Miraculously, he hits one of the workers, and hearing the screams of a son who has just lost his father, Teddy knows he’s killed one of them.
Finally getting the break he’s been looking for, Tony makes a dash for a car parked in the front parking lot and starts to hot-wire the car. Just as the car is started, Tony hears a hand-grenade explode inside the shop near Teddy’s position. Jamming the gearshift into drive and slamming his foot on the accelerator pedal, Tony rams the car into the front of the shop, smashing brick and metal to destroy the front of the store. He then quickly jumps out of the car and climbs on top of the store counter to see the young man with another grenade in his hand. Tony promptly shoots the man on the head and jumps down to secure the grenade before it can fall out of the man’s hand. Luckily, the pin wasn’t pulled.
Once the fight is over, Teddy and Tony discover a reinforced hideout in the back storeroom…