warclub face lift (pic heavy)
ok so i made that gunstock warclub a while back that i ended up having mixed feelings about the look at feel... so i decided to give it a ''plastic surgery''! i'm still not finished with it but i wanted to show the process i went through. in the end i chose to stain it because the natural color of red oak wasn't beautiful enough for that kind of work... i usedd tung oil basedd truffle colored stain.

so yeah here are the pictures (the brown stained and shaped one is the current state obviously)

i'm also making a shorter blade for it since the one shown in the pictures is too long and i always come close to stabbing my back with it when i swing :lol:

thank you for looking :)


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aaand it appeared backwards.... :\
forgot to add a size comparison picture


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Nicely done! Im not normally a fan of gunstock clubs, yet that one is well shaped and decorated!

Id also like to compliment you on your ball-end warclub finishing and decoration. The ivy is a pleasantly organic shape, and looks good next to the angles of the gunstock club.

Enjoy your results!
Gregg Sobocinski wrote:
Nicely done! Im not normally a fan of gunstock clubs, yet that one is well shaped and decorated!

Id also like to compliment you on your ball-end warclub finishing and decoration. The ivy is a pleasantly organic shape, and looks good next to the angles of the gunstock club.

Enjoy your results!


thank you! i loved making both and i want to make more. i even interested my 11 years old cousin to make one with me for himself it's awesome :)
more pictures since i decided to keep the original blade on it. remade the rivets now it looks much better :) and i added a brass shim to it that i made from a hammered flat brass nail tip cut


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