CAREFUL - THIS ITEM CANNOT SHIP DURING THE COVID-19 CONFINEMENT; YOU MAY STILL ORDER BUT SHIPPING WILL TAKE PLACE AFTER THE CONFINEMENT MEASURES ARE LIFTED.
This model is inspired by the Jan Petersen Typology “M” Viking broadaxe (viking axes are recognisable by the scalloped points above and below their socket). Due to its shape it is possible to work with its point and its edge, and to perform hooking techniques.
When used as a viking boradaxe, it is advisable to mount it on a handle longer than 120cm. It can also be used advantageously as a medieval one-handed ax with a smaller handle ranging from 80 to 100cm.
The openwork version provides greater flexibility (a “softer” hit) and offers a symbol that can recall a fleur de lys, a cross or Thor’s Hammer, depending on the period of your practice.
This range of simulators was developed for HEMA and is distributed exclusively by Black Armoury.
The synthetic material allows for safe use of the item while offering many customisation possibilities (painting, dressing, etc.), making these products excellent for other uses: reenactment, theatre, cinema, or cosplay.
- 1.2 kg
- Total Length
- 165 cm
- Blade Width
- 15 cm (long du tranchant)
- Shaft Dimensions
- 3.6 x 2.6 cm Oval
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