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Viking Throwing Axe Replacement Handle

#804679
This replacement wood handle fits our Viking Throwing Axe. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
From $5.95

Viking Throwing Axe

#601030
This Viking-inspired axe has an engraved knotwork dragon on the darkened solid steel head. Stained American Hickory shaft, perfect for throwing. Overall 19-1/2 inches.
$49.95

Francesca Axe Replacement Handle

#804678
This replacement curved handle fits our Francesca axe. Made of stained hardwood by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall length 18-1//4 inches.
From $5.95

Francesca Axe

#601027
This hand-forged, high-carbon steel medieval throwing axe inspired by the Frankish ones has a rustic forge finished blade and a curved wooden shaft. Overall 18 inches.
$44.95

Battlecry Orleans Battle Axe

#601005
This Medieval Battle Axe is made from 1065 high carbon steel with a darkened, battle-hardened finish and tempering to a low 50s RC. Pre-sharpened blade. Certificate of Authenticity included. Overall 31-1/4 inches.
$179.95

Medieval Huntsman Axe

#600968
This axe has a high carbon steel head and a thick wooden handle. Overall 23-1/2" inches.
$79.95

Trench Hawk

#600910
This strong, durable axe is made from differentially hardened, drop forged 5150 carbon steel. Shock-resistant polypropylene handle. Includes articulated Secure-Ex sheath. Overall 19 inches.
$39.95

Archer's Axe

#600798
This European pattern axe consists of a tempered steel head with a flat poll on a hardwood hickory shaft. Highly functional as a weapon, worker. Overall length 20 inches.
$74.95

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, but they could also be hurled as a missile.


Top Customer Reviews

Review of: American Hickory Competition Tomahawk Handle

It's imperative you get a couple replacement handles with the tomahawks if you plan to throw them. They naturally will split or break when throw incorrectly, which is inevitable. They're nice quality and very competitively priced. Highly recommend!
Reviewed by: Evan, September 11, 2022

Review of: Competition Tomahawk

I bought two of these for a backyard party. I highly recommend building a solid upright back board for throwing. These took quite a beating and held up well. Buy extra handles as they can split when throw incorrectly; get at least one per tomahawk.
Reviewed by: Evan, September 11, 2022

Review of: Axe of the Crusades

I received this axe the same day as the Faithkeeper sword.  Still from MRL canadian retailer (reliks.com),  I was looking forward to this duo when they came out. I was a little worried that the axe was not solid. I have occasionally received axes from Windlass whose heads were loose on the handle. I was happy to see that everything was well fixed and solid on this one. Very nice axe if you like the period of the crusades or the templars. The ring at the end of the axe annoys me a little but that's a personal taste. A big baby you have to wield with your 2 hands :) Very nice addition to my armory.
Reviewed by: Philippe, July 20, 2022

Review of: Axe of the Crusades

Sweet
Reviewed by: Nick, July 10, 2021

Review of: Axe of the Crusades

Seems very sturdy.  Mine is sharp.  Haven't taken it chopping yet, but I'm sure it will do the job!
Reviewed by: Sean, June 28, 2021

Review of: Viking Thane Axe

Well made and finely decorated. Smaller than I was expecting, but sharp and balanced. Worth the buy.
Reviewed by: Robert, November 08, 2020

Review of: Viking Throwing Axe Replacement Handle

When I bought the engraved Viking axe-head, I went ahead and bought this extra wooden shaft in case the first one was damaged somehow or came loose and could not be fixed.  I just love that such items are made available for weapons that could actually break during use.  It also came with a stained wooden sheave that you can slice off a bit to hammer into the top of the wooden handle to tighten the shaft part inside of the axe-head.  This shows foresight, and I appreciate things like that as I like to be prepared for things that might logically go wrong over time. Very nice.
Reviewed by: DeVaul, October 17, 2020

Review of: Axe of the Crusades

A well made axe it came sharp with a good handle It is heavy as a battle axe should be
Reviewed by: kenneth, October 01, 2020

Review of: Axe of the Crusades

Exactly as described. Well balanced either one of two handed. Excellent workmanship, finish, and packaging.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, September 16, 2019

Review of: Viking Thane Axe

I have just one word on this ax. WOW !  Its so cool  and well crafted I can't bear to use it
Reviewed by: dan, August 22, 2019