This spear head was inspired by a statue of Hawaiian King Kamehameha I (pictured above) and used as a prop for the costume my son wore in his school's "historical Halloween" parade when he was in 5th grade.
Two of the barbs seen in the statue are not included in this model, so that things fit on the print bed. You'll need a build surface with about 185 mm of length.
The spearhead is designed to screw onto a standard broom handle. I printed this with PLA, did some filing for fit, and glued the pieces together with acetone. It was a fairly quick project including spray-painting.
Although the point is blunt, it can still cause serious injury, and the barbs are quite sharp, so take care and be safe! The school judged the spear too dangerous to be carried in the parade due to close proximity with other kids, although my son could pose for pictures with it.
This object was made in Tinkercad. Edit it online https://www.tinkercad.com/things/dDrz19zmtTU
Attribution: The photo of the statue comes from Wikimedia Commons: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Kamehameha_I_head_to_waist_5111.jpg