Ideal for bashing skulls in and hence ideal for fighting zombies, the Indian War Club even has a small steel spike to finish the job if you’re not feeling too strong at the moment.
There’s really not anything much more to say. It looks incredibly cool, it is cheap, it is EXTREMELY durable; “It will never rot, crack warp, splinter, swell, shrink mildew, or fade.”
Some might complain that it lacks range (2 feet btw) but hey!, its a bludgeoning melee weapons. Not many people on the planet have the strength to swing a
5 foot long hammer all day.
Strategy wise it does not differ much from other bludgeoning weapons, for example the baseball bat, other than that due to its shorter reach it would be a bit harder to use it to hold opponents at bay.
Gunstock War Club
There is also the Gunstock War Club, a variant of the Indian War Club, which was designed in the 18th and 19th century by Indians who were copying the gunstocks of European rifles.
The gunstock club or gun stock war club is an indigenous weapon used by Native Americans, named for its similar appearance to the wooden stocks of muskets and rifles of the time.These clubs were most predominantly used by Eastern Woodland and Northern Plains tribes in the 18th and 19th centuries.
It is a very multi-functional weapon; it has a spike and is sharper than the Indian War Club. It can also be used as a throwing weapon more efficiently.