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Pole Arms, Spearheads & Butt Caps

Pole Arms and Spears were very versatile weapons. Used in siege warfare, they were comprised of a shaft with a blade or pointed tip. They were used to strike, swing, poke and thrust. Inexpensive to make, they required little training or skill to be used effectively.

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Man-at-Arms English Bill

#600992
This ancient forestry tool features a 1055 Carbon steel, fully sharpened battle-ready blade spike and hook. Supported by an extra deep steel socket and stout Ash wood shaft. Overall: 84-1/2"
$104.95

Man-at-Arms European Boar Spear

#600986
This spear features a stout leaf shaped blade with a thick central spine. Comes with a stout, thick premium American ash shaft. Overall: 83"
$89.95

Man-at-Arms European Spear

#600991
This high-quality hunting and battlefield tool feature a fully sharpened double-edged blade of 1055 Carbon steel and a walnut stained American ash handle. Overall: 84-1/2"
$59.95

Man-at-Arms Lance Point Spear

#600985
This spear features a hollow ground, spring tempered triangular blade made of 1055 Carbon steel and an Ash wood shaft. Overall: 80"
$49.95

Man-at-Arms Sergeant's Halberd

#600987
This spear features a fully sharpened 1055 Carbon steel head with rugged Ash wood shaft. Overall: 85-1/4"
$104.95

Man-at-Arms Swiss Halberd

#600989
This Halberd features a fully sharpened 1055 Carbon steel spike, axe blade and beak (hook). Comes fully mounted on an ash pole. Overall: 89-1/4"
$119.95

Man-at-Arms Winged Spear

#600988
This spear features a wide and sharp blade made of 1055 Carbon steel and an Ash wood shaft. Overall: 89"
$84.95

Pole Axe

#600640
This pole axe features a high carbon blade and langets to protect the shaft. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts. Overall: 68"
$144.95

Top Customer Reviews

Review of: Viking Throwing Spear

This spear head is excellent! Very well executed. Could even use as a sword in a pinch.
Reviewed by: Dan, July 12, 2019

Review of: Bec de Corbin

I am amazed with the workmanship, weight, and attention to detail in the Bec de Corbin. It is well worth the price and will have a special place on my wall. Again, excellent packaging and promptness of Museum Replicas. Thanks again.
Reviewed by: HOWARD, July 08, 2019

Review of: Butt Cap for Greek Spear

This end cap balances the Greek spear perfectly. The angle of the taper matches that of the Greek spear. I'm using a round, 6 foot long, 2 ply laminated and tapered Hickory shaft. To secure the pieces to the shaft I intend to try beeswax and a properly fit taper.
Reviewed by: Gary, June 24, 2019

Review of: Hewing Spearhead

Nice heavy long spear head.  The socket extends right into the spear head which is a lot stronger then a lot of the Windlass spear heads.  Most of the spear heads on the market have a socket that ends before the actual blade.  This provides a weak area right below the head.  This design is much stronger.
Reviewed by: Peter, May 22, 2019

Review of: Man-at-Arms European Boar Spear

It is a great item and very true to it's time period. I wish I knew there was going to be some assembly required but, besides that the quality is top notch and will go perfect with my best man's dragoon outfit .
Reviewed by: Johnathan, May 22, 2019

Review of: Round Ended Butt Cap

I used this butt cap along with the Viking spear tip and a 4-foot shaft. The finished spear is around 5 feet in length and thanks to this butt cap, the balance point is in the middle of the spear. This made for a very neutral and well-balanced spear. I drilled holes for retaining nails, and this cap looks great too.
Reviewed by: David, April 08, 2019

Review of: Viking Spear

This is a stout and nicely finished spear tip. I'm mounting it on a 4-foot pole with a butt cap. It should make a very versatile short spear, and contrast nicely with my long-bladed hewing spear. As sharpening was unavailable, I just did it myself.
Reviewed by: David, March 31, 2019

Review of: Flat Ended Butt Cap

I used this cap with the hewing spear tip and a 6-foot pole. I was concerned about adding more weight, but it actually feels lighter because the balance is so much improved! I think this brought the center of gravity of the long spear back about a foot. I drilled holes to match those on the hewing tip to secure it. Looks great too.
Reviewed by: David, March 31, 2019

Review of: Long Bladed Hewing Spearhead

Excellent construction and finish. I mounted mine to a 6' hardwood pole, resulting in an overall length of just under 8 feet. When vertical, it barely fits inside a normal home interior! I wish I could post a photo of my finished spear because it looks great. Properly fitting the tip to a pole requires some work but I enjoyed it.

Because I couldn't find this info anywhere on the site: Yes, this fits the same 1-1/4" shaft as the other size hewing spear. The maximum interior diameter of the socket was about 1-1/8" with a depth of 5". There are two 1/8" holes on opposite sides of the socket for retaining screws/nails/whatever.
Reviewed by: David, February 17, 2019

Review of: Bec de Corbin

Wow! I was blown away when I received this. This weapon has exceded my expectations. If this is not in your collection...what is wrong with you. Very well executed and at a great price. Please bring us more polearms of this quality.
Reviewed by: Dan, January 28, 2019