Blunt Spear Head, battle-ready 34cm

Replica of an early-medieval spearhead based on finds of 6th and 7th century in England. Different forms and varieties were used by Anglo-Saxons, Vikings and even Celts. The short spearheads are stiffer and more solid compared to the longer ones. This spearhead is hand-forged from one pieces of steel. More information...

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Item number: 11710

Blunt Spear Head, battle-ready, approx. 34cm

Very solid, hand-forged spear head with blunt tip. Most reenactment groups allow the use of this type of spear head on the battle-field.

  • The eye for the shaft is well hammered and closed. One hole is drilled into the steel to fix the shaft.
  • This type of blunt spear head is available in different sizes and designs.
  • Delivery does not include the shaft.
  • Details
  • total length: approx. 34cm
  • blade length: approx. 20.5cm
  • blade width: approx. 3-5cm
  • thickness of blade: approx. 2mm
  • length of nozzle for shaft: approx. 13.5cm
  • diameter of eye for shaft: approx. 2.8cm
  • weight: approx. 0.3 kg

This is an original ULFBERTH® product.

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