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Cold Steel Gunstock Club
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    One of the truths of close quarter combat is that a rifle, shotgun or musket can be an improvised club in the absence of suitable ammunition or a bayonet. American Indians in the early sixteenth century observed these facts and wasted no time in fashioning their own gunstock war clubs, which were made of straight grain hard woods. Features included the ridged centerline, a short lance point, and the classic “Fawn's Foot" handle. To avoid the risk of cross grain breakage, Cold Steel has abandoned the traditional hardwoods in favor of Polypropylene with a wood grain finish. 29 1/2" overall


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    Buy one! Reviewed by Noel Korf on Mar 14, 2016   5 out of 5

    I have owned one of these for several years now . I have put it through the rat hole backwards . I think the most practical use for it is for a home or business defense weapon , much better than a baseball bat when weelded backwards and extremely deadly when using the blade side. The blade is 3 1/4 " and is vary thick strong and secure . I use it often as a throwing axe , and even bashing concrete blocks , it only dulled the tip slightly ! Aside from being well built , because the blade is not located at the very end the weight and angle of the handle extending past the blade point drive the blade in deep ! REALLY DEEP ! Because of this design very little force is needed to drive the point all the way to the hilt in a tree , the extra force is similar to stabing a Bowie knife into a tree then hitting the Bowie with a hammer . My club now has some dings and a large piece of bone fragment is imbedded in the handle but that just serves to remind me just how tough it is . If you don't think you need one watch the final fight seen in the 1992 The Last Of The Mohicans move !



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