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The Lucern war hammer is a type of polearm which was popular in Switzerland during the 15th to 17th centuries. The name comes from a discovery of many of these weapons in Lucerne, Switzerland. The 'hammer' was actually a three- to four-pronged head mounted atop a 2m-long (7 foot) pole. It bore a long spike on its reverse, and an even longer spike extending from the very top. It proved effective at puncturing or smashing armor, and much like a man catcher was used for dismounting riders.
Bluint version of the war hammer is sparring-ready respectively battle-ready.
The original pole arms often reached lengths of more than two meters. That is more than is offered here because of transportation limit (6' - 5"). We can supply this weapon replica taken apart with a longer pole. In that case, you will have to put the parts together by your own. You wilI usually have to insert iron pins (included in delivery) in the pre-drilled holes and hammer them flat at the end, whereby the parts get riveted together.
No, as soon as you enter a Non-EU delivery address into your order, the shop system will charge automatically VAT-free prices.