Dragon Hunter Fantasy Axe


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.
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We have yet to see the scaly monster that can hold up to this wicked axe when wielded by an expert - and to hunt dragons you better be! With either end the beast will feel your wraith.

1085 hand forged steel head, spike and socket. Genuine leather grip with faux braid pattern over solid wood shaft. Features individually hand turned steel spikes that create a true and nasty 360 degree mace pommel. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.

  • Overall: 31-1/2"
  • Axe Face: 9-1/4"
  • Wt: 2 lb / 12 oz


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This axe looks good and if you are looking for a wall hanger or stage prop it will certainly fit that role. The spiked ball section at the base of the handle is cool and unfortunately the only part that is effective. The blade and spike are dull and cannot be easily sharpened. This piece was a huge disappointment. A dull axe is less useful than an unloaded gun.
- Mike, August 28, 2017 | Verified Purchase
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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!  
- Terry, March 28, 2017
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This is a very substantial, cool-looking Fantasy axe. I have read previous revues that blasted it as cheap and flimsy, but that is not what I found. Everything is well put-together, sturdy, and well-finished. One does have to take care that the wickedly spiked ball at the bottom of the handle does not rip your wrist up as you wield it. The wide blade is sharp, as is the spike on the back. I do not know if it would stop a dragon, but it would certainly make a man change direction if he saw it coming at him. I like it!      ERSJR, Hanover, Virginia
- Edmund R., December 16, 2015 | Verified Purchase
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I have bought several pieces from MR over the years.  All have been either very good or extremely good.  This axe is the most disappointing item I have ever gotten from MR.  After waiting two months without explanation from MR, this axe arrived yesterday.  When I got it out of the box and began carefully unwrapping it, the spiked ball fell off.  Upon examination, it was lightly glued in place.  Looking at the axe head, the back spike was off center and the head had multiple sanding/grind marks making it look like an rushed piece.  The handle has a crappy naugahyde wrap that looks cheap and feels worse.  Finally, where the axe head mounts on the handle, it is not blended as a nice smooth surface, but rather a metal head banged on a cheap shaft.  I will be returning this by the weekend and seriously considering if MR has taken a turn for the worse.
- Nicholas, May 10, 2013 | Verified Purchase
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Just received a pair of this most beautiful and deadly weapon! Except for the addition of the spiked mace pommel, this item is very similar to the Dalcassian axe wielded by the 11th century Irish warriors. Such as Turlogh O'Brien--another fictional character created by Robert E. Howard. Also this axe would have been loved by Gimli son of Gloin and many another Dwarven Hero.
- JOHN, April 05, 2012 | Verified Purchase
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