There is a reason why the halberd was regarded as such an effective weapon, and that is because a halberd takes the reach and stabbing point of a spear and merges it with the heavy chopping ability of an axe to create an extremely versatile weapon. This halberd is relatively plain in appearance, replicating not the ornate designs more formal dress weapons, but instead demonstrating the rugged effectiveness of the halberd that a typical foot soldier would have favored. The pole arms head features a broad, cleaving blade, similar to an axe, which is mounted with an angular spear-tip at the top, to ensure that when needed, this halberd can cleave and stab. A small hook protrusion on the back of the blade gives this weapon even more versatility, ensuring that a hard reverse swing can hook foes and pull them in, penetrate armor, or even take riders off their mounts with shocking ease. The head of this halberd is crafted from carbon steel and measures approximately 26 inches long, while the included hardwood shaft measures approximately 72 inches long. There is nothing fancy about this Halberd, except that it is a quality weapon that is as versatile as it is effective, making it a great pole weapon to wield or display, especially if you are looking for something with a realistic medieval look.
- A Classic Medieval Pole Weapon
- A Simple and Functional Foot Soldiers Halberd
- Features A Forged Carbon Steel Head
- Includes a Simple Hardwood Pole
- An Excellent Costume Piece, Training Weapon, or Medieval Display
- Head Length: 26 Inches
- Pole Length: 72 Inches