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Marceline's axe bass - WIP and HOW TO by Semashke.deviantart.com on @deviantART

This was a project which didn't end so good. I finished the base of guitar and tried to transport it back to my home country before the con and guess wh. Marceline's axe bass - WIP and HOW TO

Gerber Myth Hatchet Outdoor Axe 31-002698 - Blade HQ

Blade HQ carries everything with a blade, and that includes edged tools. This is the category where you will find tomahawks, hatchets, and axes.

Free Tribes-of-the-Plains Indians minibook. Free Unit Study & Lapbook for homeschool history Plain Indians

Plains Indians. Unit Study & Lapbook

Clever idea, there should be a female version as protection

Bowen Belt Knife

The Belt Buckle Knife is a quick way to hide your weapon. It's disguised as a belt buckle. Simply pull it out and engage in a knife fight, or protect yourself.

WHO DOESNT LOVE A GOOD TRACKER?!

A “tracker” style knife, which is meant to function also as an axe, a saw, and a gut hook. Blade length: 6 ½ inches Overall length: 12 ¼ inches Blade thickness: ¼ inch Blade material: steel

A FINE WESTERN GREAT LAKES GUNSTOCK CLUB - c. 1850, maple wood, hand-forged steel, Height: 27 inches. Gunstock clubs - so called because they resemble a European gunstock - were employed in tribal warfare from the region of the Upper Great Lakes west to the Missouri River. A flint or horn spike might be inserted at the striking corner, replaced by a metal knife blade after their introduction by the fur traders.

A FINE WESTERN GREAT LAKES GUNSTOCK CLUB - c. 1850, maple wood, hand-forged steel, Height: 27 inches. Gunstock clubs - so called because they resemble a European gunstock - were employed in tribal warfare from the region of the Upper Great Lakes west to the Missouri River. A flint or horn spike might be inserted at the striking corner, replaced by a metal knife blade after their introduction by the fur traders.

Sioux war club, contrary to popular myth, most Native American fighting in battle was done with war clubs and not with bow and arrow.

native americans, native american tribes and cultures, war clubs, bow and arrows, sioux inlayed war club

Algonquian war club, allegedly belonging to King Philip. Artifacts like these were prized by

Inspiration for Eli's war club. King Philip's War Club - Made from the ball root of a maple tree. It is inlaid with white and purple wampum.

Hardcore Hardware Australia MFE01 Tactical Tomahawk Axe Tan Teflon Finish Dark Earth G-10 Handles

Hardcore Hardware Australia MFE01 Tactical Tomahawk Axe Tan Teflon Finish Dark Earth G-10 Handles

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