In the noble but futile struggle against encroaching colonizers from Europe, the indigenous people of the Americas fought tooth and nail against their white-skinned oppressors. They used every weapon at their disposal, including improvised ones — and war clubs made from the gunstocks of unloaded or inoperable muskets served well in a pinch. Recapture the honor and sacrifice of these Native American freedom fighters and their attempts to hold back the line of colonizer aggression with our modern Gunstock War Club. Created by Cold Steel and designed by renowned bladesmith Rich McDonald, this black polypropylene club features simulated wood grain, a short, high carbon steel lance point on the back edge for added functionality, and a ridged centerline leading to the classically-shaped fawn’s foot handle and grip. At just under 30 inches long and weighing just 22.1 ounces, this weapon is as effective as it is indestructible. Perfect for reenactors or just those who had wished things had gone a little different back in the 18th century.
- Modeled after the Native American war clubs
- Great for historical reenactors and fighters
- Modern material is virtually indestructible
- Resistant to shock
- Features lance point
- Great for historical reenactors
- Made of polypropylene
- Point is 1055 carbon steel
- Weight: 22.1 oz.
- Overall Length: 29.5 Inches
- Thickness: 1.5 Inches
- Blade: 3 Inches