Flail with spiked iron ball

The military flail or simply flail is a weapon commonly attributed to the Middle Ages but for which only a limited amount of historical evidence currently exists for most of this era. There is evidence for the long-handled flail as a weapon of war from Germany and Central Europe in the later Middle Ages.

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Flail with spiked iron ball

The solid steel ball is hand-forged (is not hollow) and the thorns are welded onto it.

Specifications:

  • shaft length approx. 50 cm
  • chain length approx. 25 cm
  • weight approx. 1,30 kg

Typically, the weapon is depicted as one (or more) weights attached to a handle with a hinge or chain.

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