Broad Blade Viking Axe with open section forming a cross at the centre, late 10th century, Stenstugu, Hejde, Gotland, Sweden. Material high carbon spring steel Total length 120 cm Axe length 22 cm Blade length 17 cm Weight 1.2 kg Hand forged by Arma Epona smithy
Hand Forged FLAIL Weapon manufactured by our Arma Epona Smithy, Czech Rep. Originaly an agricultural tool flail was often used by farmers as a weapon for a lack of better weapons, as was the case with the farmers lead by Jan Žižka during the Hussite Wars in Bohemia; the first recorded use of…
Sparth Replica, the original axe was found in the Corrib River (Dungeons Lower), co. Galway, Ireland, the 13th-14th century. It was developed from Viking axes and later used by Galloglass warriors. case hardened, BLUNT for re-enactment we deliver with or without shaft
Combat Ready Halberd manufactured for the member of a German Battle of Nations team (sword fighting championships). Manufactured to comply with the specifications: blunt blade with minimum thickness 2 mm all points rounded with a curve of 1-euro coin we ship this weapon without the pole You…
Renaisance Halberd Replica of Peter Vok of Rosenberg (1539-1611). delivered without wooden pole for cheaper and easier shipping wooden pole can be included on request
Jedburgh Staff or Jeddart Axe, a Scottish polearm weapon with a glaive-like blade that was used in the 16th-17th centuries. Our replica is fully forged. Total length approx. 280 cm
Flail - this weapon was often used by farmers who may have lacked better weapons. The first known use of a flail as a weapon was by Hussite warriors under the leadership of Jan Žižka during the Hussite Wars in Bohemia. This weapon is really devastating - do not use it in combat.