Spiked Baseball Bat
So I came across an old, beat up Louisville Slugger in my local thrift store. I don't know why but I'd always kinda wanted a bat with a spike in it. Maybe it's from growing up watching cartoons and the inherent comedic value of an impractical weapon. I bought the bat for $1 and ran home. A short walk along some local railroad tracks gave me my pick of rail spikes, it was truly amazing just how many were laying around. Some quick work with a drill press and a sledge hammer and I had my club. Highly impractical, possibly illegal but eminently satisfying to hold and swing. At least now I can scare off any potential intruders with style.