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Blunt instrument A blunt instrument is any solid object used as a weapon, which damages its target by applying direct mechanical force, and has no penetrating point or edge, or is wielded so that the point or ed...
Brass knuckles Brass knuckles, also sometimes called knuckles, knucks, brass knucks, or knuckledusters, are weapons used in hand-to-hand combat.
Cestus A cestus is an ancient battle glove, sometimes used in pankration.
Chain weapon A chain weapon is a weapon made of one or more heavy objects attached to a chain, sometimes with a handle.
Cold weapon A cold weapon is any weapon that does not involve fire or explosions as a result from the use of gun powder or other explosive materials.
Crowbar (tool) A crowbar, a wrecking bar, pry bar, or prybar, or sometimes a prise bar or prisebar, and more informally a jimmy, jimmy bar, jemmy or gooseneck...
Emeici Emeici are a traditional Chinese martial arts weapon.
Foam weapon A foam weapon, (also known as a boffer, padded weapon, or latex weapon), is a padded mock weapon used for simulated handheld combat.
Gun hybrid A gun hybrid is a firearm fitted with a melee weapon.
Kubotan The Kubotan self-defense keychain is a close-quarter self-defense weapon developed by Takayuki Kubota.
Macana The term macana, of Taíno origin, refers to various wooden weapons used by the various native cultures of Central and South America.
Mace (club) A mace is a simple weapon—or, alternatively, a ceremonial club or virge—that uses a heavy head on the end of a handle to deliver powerful blows.
Macuahuitl The maquahuitl is a weapon shaped like a wooden sword.
Melee Melee (, French: mêlée, the French spelling is also quite frequent in English writing), generally refers to disorganized close combat involving a group of fighters.
Parrying dagger The parrying dagger is a category of small hand-held weapons from the European late Middle Ages and early Renaissance.
Pernach Pernach (Перна́ч, Пірна́ч, piernacz) was a type of flanged mace developed since the 12th century in the region of Kievan Rus' and later widely used throughout Europe.
Pugil stick A pugil stick is a heavily padded pole-like training weapon used by military personnel for training in rifle and bayonet combat since the 1930s.
Quarterstaff A quarterstaff, also short staff or simply staff is a traditional European pole weapon and a technique of stick fighting, especially as in use in England during the Early Modern period.
Sai (weapon) The sai (釵) is a traditional Okinawan martial arts weapon.
Shuckra A shuckra is a weapon of Indian heritage and consists of a series of metal tubes on a wire connected to a (metal) handle.
Siangham A siangham (or siangkam) is a type of melee combat weapon.
Slungshot A slungshot is a maritime tool consisting of a weight, or "shot," affixed to the end of a long cord often by being wound into the center of a knot called a "Monkey's fist."
Staff (stick) A staff is a large, long, thick stick or stick-shaped object used to help with walking, as a status symbol (such as a sceptre), as a component of traditional barrel making, or as a weapon.
Tekagi-shuko Tekagi-shuko and neko-te were two of the many kakushi buki deployed by the ninja of Japan.
Tekko The Tekkō, which originated in Okinawa, Japan, falls into the category of a "fist-load weapon".
Tire iron A tire iron (tire tool, tyre iron, or tyre lever, in British English) is a specialized metal tool used in working with tires that have inner tubes.
Trench raiding club Trench raiding clubs were homemade mêlée weapons used by both the Allies and the Central Powers during World War I. Clubs were used during nighttime trench raiding expeditions as a quiet and eff...
Weighted-knuckle glove Weighted-knuckle gloves, also called sap gloves, are a type of weapon used in hand to hand combat.
Yawara The yawara (also called pasak or dulodulo in Filipino martial arts) is a Japanese weapon used in various martial arts.