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Battle Axes

Battle Axes could be single or double edged. Used primarily as a cutting weapon, they were capable of dismembering the enemy in one fell swoop. Not only were they used for close contact fighting, they could also be hurled as a missile. 

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Archer's Axe

#600798
This European pattern axe consists of a tempered steel head with a flat poll on a hardwood shaft. Highly functional as a weapon, worker. Overall length 20 inches.
$59.95

Axe of Ragnar Lothbrok

#600996
This replica axe has a weathered looking, stainless steel head and a solid ash wood, leather wrapped handle. Wooden wall plaque and Certificate of Authenticity included. Overall 24-3/4 inches.
$139.95

Battle Axe

#600754
This circa 1100 styled, one-handed axe has a steel head pinned to a hardwood shaft that is curved at the end. Back spike for effectiveness as a weapon. Overall length 23-1/4 inches.
$109.95

Death Dealer Collector’s Edition Axe

#888805
From the Frank Frazetta Collector’s Edition, this Death Dealer Axe is hand forged by the master smiths in high carbon steel with a shaft custom lathed of genuine hardwood. Hand-finished antique looking blade, hardware. Death Dealer shield wall display plaque, Certificate of Authenticity included. Overall 43 inches. Only few left in stock!
$348.95

Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

#600896
This fantasy Axe has a 1085 hand forged steel head, spike and socket. Genuine leather wrapped solid wood grip. Features steel spikes on a 360 degree mace pommel. Overall 31-1/2 inches.
$88.95

Dragon Viking Axe

#600796
This Viking inspired axe has a tempered steel head decorated with a Viking dragon knot work motif and a hardwood shaft. Perfect for one handed combat in conjunction with a shield. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall 26-1/4 inches.
$74.95

Francesca Axe

#601027
This medieval throwing axe inspired by the Frankish ones has a rustic forge finished blade and a curved wooden shaft. Overall 18 inches.
$44.95

Francesca Axe Replacement Shaft

#804678
This replacement curved shaft fits our Francesca axe. Made of stained Indian Sissoo hardwood by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall length 18-1//4 inches.
$6.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Orc Fantasy Axe

The axe head is thick, heavy, and a beast. It comes unsharpened but the design would naturally hook, tear, and shred anything it hit.
Reviewed by: Jon, September 03, 2018

Review of: Frankish Axe

This is my go-to Ren Faire axe.  It is sturdy, good looking, and goes well with my ranger outfit.  Excellent price too.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, August 30, 2018

Review of: Medieval Horseman's Axe

A decent axe, especially if you can snag it a the Deal of the Day price.  My brother and I both bought one with no complaints.  Works with a variety of periods and styles.
Reviewed by: Jonathan, August 30, 2018

Review of: Archer's Axe

I just received this a couple of days ago.  As with everything from MR, it came nicely packed and quickly delivered.  It has a nice weight and feel however, I did notice some wobble in the head of the axe to the handle.  I'll have to do some shoring up to make it more solid.  Also, I was surprised by how dull the blade was.  There was not an option for sharpening and I assumed it would have at least some edge.  It is pretty blunt.  At some point I'll look to put an edge on myself.  I've ordered mostly swords, daggers, and the likes from MR and have been very pleased.  This came just a bit under my expectation.  Still a nice item.
Reviewed by: Michael, June 08, 2018

Review of: Medieval Huntsman Axe

This AX is a Beast ! the handle is large . I will sand it to fit my hand . I had it sharpened and VERY HAPPY  that I did LOVE THIS AX!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Reviewed by: Chester, March 23, 2018

Review of: Orleans Battle Axe

MR's axe offerings have always been more miss than hit with me. Most look beautiful in pictures but show up unsharpened without a realistic way to get a true edge on one.

Not so with the Orleans Battle Axe, complete with its top spike and rear spike.

I would like to see more of their axes done in this manner...double bladed battle axes, the Dragon Hunter axe, etc.

They finally got it right!
Reviewed by: Mike, January 05, 2018

Review of: Medieval Horseman's Axe

Maybe not great, but good at this price. Really, about the only thing I don't like about it is that it's a little plain. I'm thinking I may just need to 'antique' mine a little.

Materials seem good, very solid well-fitted secure handle. I'll use mine for re-enactment so I'll leave the factory edge. I doubt these were intended for chopping wood, though they will probably withstand light use.

I was fascinated by the design and didn't have anything like it in my collection (I have mostly rugged looking GDFB, Hanwei, a couple of Cold Steel). I was interested to find lots of historical references to this style of axe though, including this one on wikipedia for 'Battle Axes': Robert the Bruce, King of Scotland, used an axe to defeat Henry de Bohun in single combat at the start of theBattle of Bannockburn in 1314. Given that Bruce was wielding the axe on horseback, it is likely that it was a one handed horseman's axe. They enjoyed a sustained revival among heavily armored equestrian combatants in the 15th century.
Reviewed by: Kevin, January 03, 2018

Review of: Viking Throwing Axe

With the neo-Viking engraving on the head, I was definitely not expecting this axe to be so solid. Sharper than I expected as well, took a beating with no looseness in the handle. I'm not that great at throwing, but was able to stick 7 out of 12 throws right from the box!
Reviewed by: Guest, December 02, 2017

Review of: Medieval Huntsman Axe

Awesome axe, heavy. Handel is very large so unless you have giant hands you will need both to hold this beast.
Reviewed by: Brad, May 07, 2017

Review of: Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe

I loved the way this axe is made - It's very sturdy and lethal. But I bought it intending to customize it. First, I took off the spiked pommel and replace it with a steel sword pommel. Then I peeled off the handle covering and replaced it with leather and upholstery nails. I then glued three small skulls on the handle above the leather, stained it with "Autumn glow" wood stain (a beautiful brown color) and wrapped a section of faux fur below the axe head. I then gave it an aged patina using mustard (you can find this on the 'net). It looks much better now, more like an ancient battle axe. It's my favorite "medieval" weapon!  
Reviewed by: Terry, March 28, 2017