Ax head, 13th century

This ax is forged from 1060 steel with high carbon content. The blade edge of the ax is about 1-2mm thick. If you want to use the ax practically (z. B. for wood splitting), it is necessary to sharpen it before use. More information...

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Item number: 9157

Ax head, 13th century

  • Size approx. 10 x 15cm
  • Weight approx. 900 grams
  • Sharp edge - not suitable for cobats without previous blunting!
  • Delivery without wood handle.
  • 23 x 26mm - approx. dimensions of the eye (opening for the handle)
  • Made by Marshal Historical

The materials used and the craftsmanship would allow the use this prop in re-enactment and theatrical combat shows. Since the manufacturer provides no service, this weapon is sold as a purely decorative item that is not designed for re-enactment or battle combats.

How to install the woode handle

If the throat/grip of your wooden handle can pass through the eye of the ax, pull the handle from the top so that the widened end gets stuck in the eye of the ax. The end of the handle must be shaped before installation so that it fits in the eye-hole (but must remain slightly larger). We also recommend sawing the end for the wedge. Lightly hammer the wooden handle into the eye and then secure it with a hardwood wedge. If you know another good practice, email us! Thank you.

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