blade Sword


ID#: 600766

Price: $45.00 

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One of the world’s most ancient weapons, the spear was a dominant presence on the field of battle for an amazingly long period of time. This particular blade form was put to use during a wide range of European history by a wide range of cultures, from Ancient Celts and Greeks to well through the Renaissance. The blade is tempered steel and the socket fits a 1-1⁄4" round pole (not included). Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®. Use with our round ended butt cap #600226 or flat ended butt cap #600248.
  • Overall: 16"
  • Blade: 9-1⁄2" long, 2" wide, 3⁄16" thick
  • Wt: 1 lb/2 oz

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    1. Julius on 1/9/2013, said:

    I bought this as part of a set- the spearhead and buttcap; I have to say, this is probably the finest weapon I've ever gotten from MRL/Windlass- the socket is seamless yet not flimsy, the blade and butt are solid, well shaped and definitely suitable to the task for which these were made. Finding a shaft to mount these on has been a bit of a bother, but I'm told that Home Depot or Lowe's carries the necessary wood shafts in the plumbing department? It isn't where you'd think, in the gardening section (I was thinking shovels, rakes, etc - they have replacement shafts, but those are shaped for that sort of use, not as a spear stave).
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    2. B L on 7/17/2009, said:

    Now if only you still offered the dymondwood shafts. To date, I have not been able to buy ONE STRAIGHT OAK or HICKORY SHAFT!
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    3. Anonymous User on 7/10/2009, said:

    Of the three styles I have rec. from MR, this one is by far the finest quality and fit. the socket is seemless. I heated this and the rounded butt cap in the oven and the both took to a red oak shaft ever so thightly. everyone should have one of these in the corner with the rest of the hardware. pb in toledo
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