Vietnamese Lang Nha Bong

  • Axes & Club
  • Less than 1 min

By Crusader1307

Also known as The ''Wolf's Teeth'', this device was a Vietnamese Cudgel (Club), popular from the 9th to 12 Century AD. Made from wood, The Handle was roughly 3-feet and featured a Bronze Tip End, used as a striking and blunt force trauma weapon. The real ''damage'' came from The Head of The Nha Bong. Very similar to Europe's ''Morning Star'' or relative Spiked Mace Family of weapons, a series of Bronze (later Steel) Spikes were arranged on an attached sleeve.