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Indian War Club

#600906
$29.95

This ball headed club is injection molded out of black Polypropylene. Approximately 2 ft. long, it features a 3-1/4" in diameter ball fitted with a removable, short steel spike.
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OVERVIEW

No one knows when the ball headed war club first appeared. It was in common use in the early 16th century and was popular with the war-like tribes of the American eastern seaboard, eventually spreading to the Great Lakes region and northern Canada all the way to the Great Plains west of the Mississippi.

In battle, a dedicated blow from the ball of the club could easily break a limb or crush a skull like a bat going through a watermelon. For added dynamism, and increased effectiveness, the ball was sometimes spiked with an antler, bone, knapped stone, or even iron.

Cold Steel's version is approximately 2 ft. long and features a 3-1/4" in diameter ball. It is fitted with a removable, short steel spike. The club is injection molded out of black Polypropylene which is practically unbreakable. It will never rot, crack warp, splinter, swell, shrink mildew, or fade. For historical re-enactors the surface has a realistic wood grain finish that can be easily customized with paint and can be ornamented with brass studs, tacks, or feathers.

Key Measurements:

  • Overall Length: 24"
  • Ball Diamter: 3-1/4"
  • Wt: 37.8 oz

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Amazing weapon
These clubs are scary when you see what they can do.  They throw well and will break watermelons like grapes.  I love mine.
- Jeffrey, October 05, 2017 | Verified Purchase
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