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Battle Axes, Tomahawks and Handles

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.

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Axe of the Crusades

#601065
Axes like this formidable sidearm of the medieval knight, especially during the crusades. Features a large, expertly sharpened blade, which is pierced with a large cross. Includes axe head cover.
$149.95

Viking Thane Axe

#601064
This axe features a solid, one-piece forged head made of X46Cr13 high-grade stainless steel. 52 RC. The handle is Sissoo capped with genuine bone butt cap. Includes leather belt sheath. Comes in a faux fur lined box.

$99.95

Bleeding Heart Tomahawk Pipe

#600198
This fully functional bleeding heart tomahawk pipe is hand forged in high carbon steel. The blade and pipe bowl are indented with a dot motif.
$79.95

Competition Tomahawk

#600242
Hand-forged Tomahawk with a 4" edge and a round poll that holds the samdan hardwood handle.
$24.95

Spontoon Tomahawk Pipe

#600244
This fully functional tomahawk pipes hand-forged with a high carbon steel blade. Handle has cross-hatched bands and metal inlays. Overall 22 inches.
$74.95

Standard Tomahawk Pipe

#600116
This fully functional tomahawk pipe is hand forged in high carbon steel. The shaft has bands of cross hatching.
$74.95

Competition Tomahawk Replacement Handle

#200356
Replacement for Competition Tomahawk handles. Includes instructions for affixing the handle securely. 19-1/4" long.
From $4.98

The Beast Axe

#601060
This warrior’s axe has a steel shaft decorated with rivets, while the blade adorns a blackened head of a roaring dragon. The grip has been wrapped with soft, black leather. Comes pre-sharpened.
$119.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Standard Tomahawk Pipe

I bought this on sale, and to be honest, didn't know what to expect. I have several axes but, this is my 1st hawk and, I'm more of a later period person myself. This blew me away! Even though specs are given, it's larger in the hand than expected but handles well and pulls smooth... Love this piece way more than expected.
Reviewed by: Tory, March 07, 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

Review of: Francesca Axe

This axe is a very nice offering from Windlass. It is light and very maneuverable. The finish on mine is quite nice, better than the picture here on the website. The price is very reasonable and I definitely recommend it.
Reviewed by: Victor, January 15, 2019

Review of: The Beast Axe

The original Beast axe looked much better, should have kept the curve and the brass...
P.S. your overveiw on website is for a sword, not this version of this axe...
Reviewed by: Tory, January 07, 2019

Review of: Francesca Axe

Excellent medium size fighting/throwing axe. I love the old timey blacksmith look they give the axe head, and for the price it just can't be beat. I have one at the moment, am considering ordering 2 more to be more historically accurate. Factoid: The Franks would use the slightly curved handles not only for more accurate throwing, but if they were to miss their target the axe would continue to spin and "bounce" at the Roman masses. Terrifying!! All in all an excellent buy and MRL/ACC sells replacement shafts for cheap.
Reviewed by: Casey, October 24, 2018

Review of: Battlecry 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: 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: Battlecry Orleans Battle Axe

Just about the perfect size and weight for a battle axe, the Orleans Battle Axe is a sturdy, well-balanced weapon. The top and rear spikes are quite large and sharp, and should be effective against mail or even plate armor. The ax head will likewise cut through just about anything it hits - if you provide the strength to do so! I especially like the dark "stone-washed" finish of this item. It provides the rust protection of stainless with none of the inherit weaknesses of that material, plus it looks great, very medieval. Good, solid langets add strength and enhance the appearance of this axe. In all, a fine addition to any weapons collection.
Reviewed by: Terry, November 25, 2016

Review of: Battlecry Orleans Battle Axe

My first medieval axe and there is nothing I don't like about it! From the finish to the way it feels this piece is melon death in my hands.
Reviewed by: Kevin , April 12, 2016