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WWI Melee Club/Mace (Trench Club) For Sale

Price: $150

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This brutal weapon is based on numerous examples of trench raiding clubs used during the bloody fighting of WWI. These were often manufactured in bulk in factories or behind the lines by regimental carpenters and metal workers, and carried across the the lines at night by raiding parties. The video game Battlefield 1 has brought attention to them again. 

The club is assembled from pieces found in an antique store, including a heavy cast-iron valve handle and an old oak belaying pin. A 3/4" nut is threaded over the tip to secure the mace head. A steel screw eye is semi-recessed into the base and a cotton cord lanyyard is attached. This is a real weapon, not a toy!

The wood is stained dark and has a naturally distressed finish.

This club would provide a fine defense in the Zombie Apocalypse, too.

The club is 19" long overall and 4" from spike to spike and weighs about 1lb 10oz.

Key Words: Trench club, WWI trench club, World War 1 trench club, WW1 melee club, trench warfare, Battlefield 1 weapon, mace trench club, battle-ready trench club, zombie apocalypse weapon, zombie fighting club

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