Middle Ages Spiked Mace Club
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  • Deliver devastating blows
  • Removable stainless steel spikes
  • Leather wrapped handle
  • Stainless steel skull-crusher pommel
  • Overall length: 35"

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You've never seen a mace like this wicked beast! It's the perfect length to deliver devastating blows at medium to short range. It has removable stainless steel spikes and a leather wrapped handle with a skull-crusher pommel. It is 35" in overall length.

Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.11 out of 5
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Awsome Reviewed by on Jul 02, 2016   5 out of 5

I purchased this for my father he was extremely happy with it it came durable and battle ready thanks budk!!!

DONT WATCH THE VIDEO Reviewed by ALLEN FISH on Feb 19, 2015   1 out of 5

DONT BUY IT! Save your money, just get a baseball bat. The head on it does not stay on it just flies off everytime you swing it. The handle is hollow and this is very light.

Good enough for the price Reviewed by Bret on Sep 29, 2014   3 out of 5

True, breaking through a door would destroy this thing and there are fit and finish issues. However, this thing would be very devastating to a human body, and it is lightweight enough to be used by a teenage girl. For the price, you can't beat the intimidation factor and true danger of this self defense weapon. When my daughter goes to college, she will have one in her room. BTW, if it is by your bed at night, don't accidently hit it with your foot.

They're garbage Reviewed by John on Jul 11, 2014   1 out of 5

Yeah, opened the box, its cheap. Well I have a gun show coming up, and they were 2 for the price of 1. I may be able to get out from under there.

pretty but useless Reviewed by ian on Apr 11, 2014   2 out of 5

it is pretty but i hit this on a watermellon and two of the spikes broke clean in half. whatever the spikes are made of it isnt steel. very disappointing

Medieval spike mace club 35" Reviewed by Mark thobe on Mar 16, 2014   2 out of 5

I think someone should have taken the time to assemble the product before selling it. Thier were many of the spikes that were crooked and did not fit in the holes flush. So SORRY but I will NOT recommend this product to any of my friends.

Best for display Reviewed by Travis on Jan 07, 2014   1 out of 5

Although this mace is priced well it's quality lacks very much. First of all the wrecking ball is one solid piece it's two put together. Next I took a couple swings and the paint was chipping off the ball. The spikes would not go in so i had to tighten them in.The screws stripped having to put them in i would only recamand this for display the ball it's self is glued to the pole.

Looks cool but cheaply made Reviewed by Robert on Jan 04, 2014   2 out of 5

Like other reviewers have stated this is not stainless but chrome plated. The spikes that came with my mace are very sharp but almost half of the screws to attach the to the head were bent or had crushed threads. I had to use a pair of pliers just to get the majority of them to screw in. I wrapped the spikes with a towel to try and minimize damage but some were so bent i ended up scratching the spikes anyway. The handle is made out of the same metal they use on curtain rods and is hollow so I imagine it wouldn't hold up well under actual use. It's a nice display piece but I have got much better item from Bud K for less than $40.

If only it worked Reviewed by Michael on Oct 03, 2013   3 out of 5

Awesome looking but the one I got is defective. 4 of the holes are too big for the threads and that just makes it look retarded.

Don't Bring a Mace to a Gunfight Reviewed by Steve Hath on Sep 18, 2013   3 out of 5

Bought this for home defense, and it is pretty intimidating. The handle is long enough (about 28-30"), and the spikes are sharp enough, to keep an intruder at bay and to do some damage, but it isn't really heavy enough to deliver truly crushing blows (however, if you hit an intruder in the head, it would probably be lethal). Just remember, this is a close-quarters battle weapon, and if the opponent has a gun, you're in trouble. I'm going to velcro some pepper spray to the handle so I can soften him up a little at a distance, first. The head and handle are hollow and the quality of the spikes' bolts, which screw into tapped holes in the round head, are rather poor - they're not straight, and the bases of the spikes don't sit flush on the head. So, the assembled product looks good from a distance, but up close, not so much. Since I wasn't concerned about authenticity, it's OK. I'm thinking of filling the mace head with sand to increase its mass (the handle will probably also fill; I'm not too sure about the method of attachment). I've still got to figure out where to keep it handy - you DO NOT want to kick step on or fall onto this - it will mess you up. One of these days, I'll test it on a big beef roast. I think I'll name it, "Adolph, the Tenderizer"!

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