Buying a Sword is proud to offer this fantastic array of spear heads. We have a great selection in various styles, including ancient Greek and medieval styles. They include both pointed and blunted blades. Some are fully functional while others work better for decorative use. We also offer spear butt caps. These caps help to protect the bottom of the shaft on a spear. Our spear parts come in a variety of colors and finishes. For example, some have a rough or natural finish. These spear heads make great DIY items as well as collectible display pieces. Take a moment to browse, and you are sure to find something that will interest you.
The Thrusting Spearhead was made especially for re-enactment use. The Thrusting Spearhead is crafted with a bulbous tip, 3 mm thick edges, and rounded flanges. No shaft is supplied, but sold separately.
In the earliest of medieval times, weapons like the spear and the axe, were favored because of the ease that they could be made and replaced. As this Spearhead shows, that popularity is well-deserved, as simple can also mean effective.
The decorated spearheads demonstrate the Vikings creative mix of art and war, whereby weapons often carried intricate patterns, created using the Niello process. These make for great collectibles and display pieces!
Based on weapons used by soldiers in the ancient Roman army, the Thin Roman Pilum is ideal for reenactors and ancient history enthusiasts. This long javelin piece has a very narrow head and a socket for attaching to a wood shaft.
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.
It is hardly safe to practice with a fully functional spear that is capable of piercing a boars hide. That is why we offer this Long Practice Spear Head, which when combined with a shaft makes for a great training tool in your arsenal.