Look at the navigation buttons at
the top of the page. You can see all the categories of weapons we have to offer. If you know exactly what you want,
we have a "Online Store" button that will take you immediately to our secure online store.
If you would
like to learn more, our website is structured as followed:
Wood Choices - This is a page which describes all the woods we use. This page shows typical photos
of the woods.
Wood Chart - This page has two charts. One lists and ranks all our woods by weight
(heaviest at the top and lightest at the bottom) and the other chart ranks our woods by hardness (hardest at the top and softest
at the bottom).
Inlay Service - We offer the ability to customize your weapon with wood and brass inlay. Click
on the "Inlay Service" link at the top of the page to learn more.
Kanji Service - We
offer the ability to put your Kanji, title and/or name or initials onto your custom made weapon. Click on the "Kanji
Service" link at the top of the page to learn more.
Customer Photos and Movies - This
page shows photos and movies that customers send us showing them using the weapons that we made for them.
Us - This page tells you all about the owners of Woodall's Custom Workshop.
Links - Other
web sites that we are proud to associate ourselves with.
Contact Us - Click this to send us an email
if you have a question. We'd love to hear from you.
News - Updates and improvements that we make
to products based on your suggestions are listed here. As exotic woods become more difficult to get, we post availability
and size limitations here also.
History of the U-Swivel - This page details the development of the original
1970's era U-Swivel to the creation of a reproduction U-Swivel by Woodall's Custom Workshop for sale right on our
own online store.
Site Map - This is a map showing how our web pages are laid out.
Nunchaku - We explain the five different shapes available
for your Nunchaku as well as the chain and rope options available.
Staffs - These are closely related to the Nunchaku. They just have an extra handle in the middle!
- A weapon that is great for men, woman and children alike. To the untrained eye it appears to be an innocent key
fob and is almost always on hand when it is needed.
Escrima Sticks - Filipino weapons-based martial
arts which uses at the main weapon a stick one inch in diameter and 26 to 28 inches long. Escrima sticks can be used one at
a time or more commonly in pairs.