WAREHOUSE FIND! Also known as "Forest Bill," the "Black Bill," or the "Brown Bill," this was a fearsome war instrument during the middle ages. Noted 16th-century weapons expert George Silver called it the most deadly of all two-hand weapons (he lived before the invention of firearms and fighter planes, remember). Highly favored by the English from about 1300 to 1620. Hand forged of tough, high carbon steel by the master armorers at Windlass Steelcrafts. It can be mounted on a wooden dowel from your local hardware or home supply store. LIMITED QUANTITIES!
- Weighs 2 lbs, 4 oz
- 24 1/2" long overall
- Head measures app. 15 1/2" x 9"
- Socket is 1 3/8" wide
- Edges have established cutting bevels but are not sharpened
- Does not include pole