As Europeans encroached further into Native Tribes and people, the European weapons began to be used by the Native Americans. In many cases, they would repurpose broken weapons. In the spirit of not wasting a thing, Native Americans would fashion other weapons out of broken pieces thus giving birth to Gunstock clubs. These clubs eventually began to be purpose build and served the Native Ameircans for hundred plus years.
Though this is not made of wood, the injection molded handle is made to take a beating, making this weapon fully functional.
Dimensions: 29.5"; Construction: 1055 Carbon Steel; Blade: 3" l Carbon Steel; Handle: Black l Polypropylene; Other Info: 3" blade with black oxide coating. Unbreakable injection molded shaft. 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.