Viking Round Shield Arnlaug 74cm

The wooden base of this Viking Round Shield is made of plywood. It is a layered material of several kinds of wood, usually beech, spruce and birch. The surface layer is always made of the hardest kind. The approx.. 12 mm thick material consists of about 8 layers.

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  • Product No: 6316

Viking Round Shield Arnlaug

  • Material:  wood, steel, felt, cow leather
  • Size: Diameter: 74 cm
  • Gauge of steel plate: 1,5mm
  • Weight approx. 5,7 kg

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17.2.2014 11:04

Brandmüller

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Sehr schöne Verarbeitung und liegt gut am Arm auf! Freue mich auf erste Tests im Schaukampf!

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