Useful for hunting and battle, medieval spears were popular among peasants and nobles for their relative ease of use, light weight, and ability to attack targets at a distance. At Buying a Sword, we have both functional and decorative spears. Functional spears are formed from a long shaft and pointed head, and they can be thrusted or thrown depending on the design. In this category you will also find other similar pole weapons like scythes, javelins, assegai, corseques, fauchards, voluges, military forks, and glaives. We not only carry medieval spears, but we also offer a range of other historical pole arms of Roman origin. Some of our decorative historical spears are inspired by various media. We also offer a number of spear heads for attaching to your own shaft and creating your own DIY spear. Decorative spears are great as collectibles for weapons enthusiasts, reenactment props, ceremonial purposes, and even theater use. Our functional spears are ideal for reenactment. Take a moment to peruse our selection, and you can find a number of great spear options here.
Inspired by medieval spears of the 1400s, the 13th Century Spear Head is an excellent spear crafting component for constructing your own custom spears. Made of carbon steel, this historic spear head features a rounded tip.
When you find a unique and special spear, axe, or hammer head, you need a pole stave that will easily adhere to the vision you have for your ideal weapon. The 30 Inch Ash Pole Stave will help you create that perfect polearm.
If you have found your favorite axe or spear head and you need a long, solid pole to create the weapon of your dreams, then you have come to the right place. The 54 Inch Ash Pole Stave is the perfect height for a war axe or spear.
The Aella Spear Head is an excellent way to complete any spear used for stage combat. No shaft is included with this spear tip, making it ideal for those who love to custom create or assemble their stage combat weaponry themselves.
Designed after the weapons used by the Asmat tribe of Indonesia, the Asmat Dagger Spear is a pole weapon that any collector would be delighted to have. Add a stunning primitive style weapon to your collection with this functional spear.
The Authentics Celtic Spear is handcrafted with a blackened, flared spear head. This medieval weapon will command respect against other spears. Wider flared blades were widely used by the Celts for hunting as well as in battle.
Spears have more than just a projectile point on the top. Often, it has an end cap on the bottom like our Blunt Butt Cap to protect it from wear. Add this spear butt cap to a banner pole or your polearm as part of a DIY project.
The Boar Spear is a modern recreation of a design that dates back to the European Renaissance. It is cold forged out of medium carbon SK-5 steel and, like Cold Steels other spears, is heat treated to a spring temper.
Add the Cederic Spear Butt Cap to your spear for a sleek, practical, and safe finish. Made of steel, the butt cap features two holes for easily attaching it to your own shaft and a tapered design, thinnest at the bottom.
If you have found the perfect wooden handle but you still need a stunning blade to finish the weapon. off, then look no further than the Colombian Warrior Spear Head. Create your own personalized spear with this razor-sharp blade.
One of the best-known contributions to weaponry, the African spear, came from the Zulu people of the south. The Condor African Congo Spear takes the design of a modern rendition of this weapon and makes it accessible to you.