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The 12th century included the Second and Third Crusades into the Holy Land, including some noteworthy battles involving Saladin. The 12th Century Crusader Dagger depicts one of the typical secondary weapons of that period.
The Axehead was made especially for re-enactment use. The Axehead is crafted with a 3 mm thick edge, and a safety edge. A perfect replacement head or works well for hand made projects. No shaft is supplied.
In the hands of a novice, an axe is a deadly tool, one that makes great use of brutality and simplicity. In the hands of a skilled warrior, a Bearded Axe like this simple specimen transforms into a truly deadly weapon of war.
Though knights often used swords, polearms, and long-ranged weapons, a dagger could come in handy as a weapon for stabbing and thrusting. The Chevalier Dagger features a unique squared-off pommel and curved crossguard.
Simple, versatile, and effective are three good words to describe this Danish Axe. This is an axe that fits all three quite well, because it features a relatively hardy construction, as well as a very versatile form fit for any warrior.
Owing its genesis to the medieval corn-threshing implement, the military flail was a fearsome weapon with its ability to reach out to a distance far exceeding the length of its shaft, its iron weights travelling at lethal speeds.
Not all axes are brutal beasts that excel at hacking and cleaving. Some, like this German Gothic Axe, are an example of what can happen when axes meet the craftsmanship of the period, which always results in something spectacular.
This German Halberd replicates a circa-1500 A.D. museum piece. Crafted in 0.25 inch steel with 0.13 thick langets, it is supplied unedged but may be modified easily for a re-enactment use. It is supplied as a head only.
There is reason the axe was one of the most popular weapons among the days of the medieval era, and that is because it was a powerful weapon. No matter whose hands it falls in to, this Gothic Axe is sure to look quite deadly.
Daggers often serve as a secondary defense weapon for close combat, used most frequently to stab or thrust. The Hammer Head Dagger features a slightly extended pommel that reinforces the grip of your hand.