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Native American Stone Club - 4936002001

Native American Stone Club

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Overall Length: 20'' Approximately (Will vary from piece to piece)

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Approximately 11.7 oz - 1 lb 8 oz+ (will vary from piece to piece)

This Native American stone-headed war club is made from a stout stone and a wooden handle; the stone is attached and seized to the handle with tightly wrapped cowhide and deer leather. Plain and unadorned, these clubs are ready for your own personal touch and customization by adding your own beads, feathers or colorful leather and cloth.

Please Note: These clubs are made by Native American craftsmen and due to the variability of material can vary substantially in size and form. The last photo is an example of the variability in shape and size these clubs may be. Also, the stone head may be a chunk of stone instead of a whole stone. Only one club is included - the three shown in photo are for comparison demonstration purposes only - only one is included.

A stone-headed club was a trusted tool of war for Native American warriors for thousands of years; the weighted stone head is substantially more dense than wood and capable of delivering brutal, concussive blows to a foe. Easily made from local materials these stone clubs were ubiquitous and the wide availability of the materials for their manufacture made them ideal as throwing weapons as a club lost after a missed throw could be replaced. The stone clubs could vary in size from hefty, weighted ones for powerful close quarters blows or ceremonial purposes, or comparatively smaller and lighter ones which were very quick and easily thrown.

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