Guisarme 15th cen.

A guisarme  is a pole weapon used in Europe primarily between 1000–1400. Its origin is likely Germanic from Old High German "getīsarn" literally "weeding iron". Like many medieval polearms, the exact early form of the weapon is hard to define from literary references, and the identification of surviving weapons can be speculative. More information...

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Guisarme 15th century

  • Hand forged carbon steel (not stainless)
  • Overall length approx. 195cm (78")
  • Outer diameter of the socket approx. 32-35mm
  • Material thickness of the socket is approx. 2-3mm
  • Diameter of the shaft (wooden pole) approx. 35mm

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.

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