One of the fundamental aspects of being a warrior is to select the right weapon for the job. And sometimes, when an axe would do what a sword could not, crusaders would turn to a hafted weapon like this Teutonic War Axe to wield as their weapon of choice. Heavily influenced by a Germanic design, this straight-forward axe bears a few slight hallmarks of the Teutonic order, but otherwise is purely a stout and sturdy recreation of the axes that crusaders and warriors of all sorts would have favored when going into battle. The axe features a bold, straight bit, which means that it would have excelled in splitting things of all sorts, ranging from skulls to helmets to shields and more. The axe-head is tempered and sharpened, while also being double-pinned to a hardwood shaft for effective wielding. The haft features a tacked leather grip for security, as well as a steel butt cap, for the occasional haft strikes. It is just small enough to be used effectively in one hand, yet just long enough to suit two hands, if need-be. Fully functional, this Teutonic War Axe is a perfect example of impressive power and martial efficiency, all funneled into a singular axe that was made for dealing out heavy, brutal attacks.
- Modeled After an Axe from the Crusades Era
- Head is Tempered and Bit is Sharpened
- Axe Head is Double Pinned to the Hardwood Shaft
- Haft Features a Tacked Leather Grip and a Steel Butt Cap
- Axe head is made of high carbon steel
- Overall Length: 27.5 Inches
- Bit Width: 7 Inches
- Bit Height: 6 Inches
- Weight: 4 lbs.