Man-at-Arms Leaf Spear

#600990
$59.95

A true classic, the leaf shaped spear is found throughout history and across the globe. It was used for hunting and warfare for hundreds of years by many nations. The long socket imports a great deal of strength, reinforcing the central ridge of the head, while the extra wide double cutting edges and stout point puncture well and inflict a huge wound channel. With a multitude of battlefield and hunting applications, the leaf shaped spear was not only lightweight and maneuverable, but also suitable for throwing, thrusting and slashing. Features a fully sharpened 1055 carbon steel blade with a hard spring temper and an Ash wood shaft.
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A true classic, the leaf shaped spear is found throughout history and across the globe. It was used for hunting and warfare for hundreds of years by many nations.


The long socket imports a great deal of strength, reinforcing the central ridge of the head, while the extra wide double cutting edges and stout point puncture well and inflict a huge wound channel.


With a multitude of battlefield and hunting applications, the leaf shaped spear was not only lightweight and maneuverable, but also suitable for throwing, thrusting and slashing.


Features a fully sharpened 1055 carbon steel blade with a hard spring temper and an Ash wood shaft.

  • Overall: 81"
  • Blade Head Length: 17"
  • Wt: 49.9 oz
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