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Greek Spearhead

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The Greek Spearhead was the integral part of the principal weapon of the Hoplite, a heavily armed foot soldier whose principal weapon was “the long shadowed spear.” It was a weapon that varied in length from 6 to 18 feet, and could be used both as spear and pike. Shorter versions were used as throwing weapons. The earlier versions were made of bronze, but iron, once it was available, became the material of choice for the Greek spearhead. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts®.
  • Overall: 16"
  • Blade: 11" long, 2-3/4" wide
  • Wt: 1 lb/4 oz





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    1. Robert on 4/1/2013, said:

    Arrived promptly and in flawless condition. Heavy duty and is obviously not built just for decoration. Missing the one star due to not being able to have it sharpened. Add that as an option and you got yourself a winner. And yes, it is a 1 1/4" socket.
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    2. derek on 1/28/2011, said:

    A great piece of work. Definitely heavy-duty, and the point is what a spearhead should be. The only real downside is that there was no option to sharpen the edges, but if you dont mind, this is worth it. Oh, it isnt listed above, but the socket is also 1 1/4"
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    3. Anonymous User on 9/8/2009, said:

    This is a very heavy-duty spearhead! I mounted mine on a 8 foot ash pole and did some field-testing. It penetrated an old car door; hood and even oil drum with no damage to the blade. This is truly a deadly spear and when mated to a 8 or 9-foot pole it is quite capable of doing some serious damage. I would not recommend mounting it to anything longer; this is a very heavy spearhead and the longer the pole the harder it is to balance and maneuver. –D. Cellini
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