Only head and tail part provided (without shaft).
Made by Hanwei.
Height: approx. 41 cm
Width: approx. 13 cm
Delivery includes rosewood shaft, screwed in the middle.
Length: approx. 180 cm
With a length of 203 cm and a rod of 2.5 cm in diameter, the Paul Chen War Spear has a distinct Viking ancestor and a frank style. The dragged head is balanced by a tail peak, providing the ultimate in sayming pieces.
- forged steel head
- Wooden shaft
- Authentic design
In the early 1990s, Cold Steel President Lynn C. Thompson purchased a handmade Chinese tiger fork to add to her collection. He equipped it with an old wicker team and trained with him ever since.
Lynn is very fond of reading tales of hunting explorations in historical accounts and has read several stories about Chinese hunters using these gigantic tools to capture and kill big cats. He also had the pleasure of talking to (and training with) Chinese martial artists about how this tool was modified as a weapon of war and its application as a formidable combat implement.
After 20 years, Lynn finally brought her own version of the fighting tiger fork to a modern audience.
These spears were especially suitable for piercing enemy armor.
Length: approx. 36.5 cm
Nozzle: approx. 30 mm
Rosewood rod, screwed in the middle
Length: approx. 180 cm
It differs from germic ger ger however. Tacitus (Germania 6) describes the equipment of the Germanic warrior as follows:
in Damascus Steel.
This reconstruction of a Germanic frame follows a Germanic find from the south of approx. 1 to 5 centuries a.d. The picture (lat. Framea) is a Germanic dart similar to the ango spear.
The Viking pushing spear was more commonly used than swords, being much less expensive to produce. The wings (also called wings), of frank origin, limited the penetration of the weapon and provided effective protection.
This spear or spearhead is hand forged from 2mm steel
Max. Diameter: Approx. 2.7 cm
- Thickness of material: 2 mm
- Length: approx. 15 cm
The medieval man of arms was a robust and reliable fighter who exhibited great martial dexterity with a variety of weapons. He was the veteran of many conflicts and was often the first to enter the fray. To honor these robust earth salt warriors, Cold Steel has created a series of true newsagent weapons called the Man at Arms (MAA) Collection.
This is a powerful and awesome tool when you are wandering through nature. There's no doubt you'll feel safe with the 65.5-in-a-second Asmat dagger spear. In the hand. The blade of 15.75 in. It is 1075 high carbon steel with epoxy black powder paint finish. Similar to walnut, central American hardwood was used to manufacture the durable cable and its finish is smooth. A leather hem with handmade debrum completes this package.
- Blade material: 1075 high carbon steel
- Cable material: hard wood with wrapped paracord
- Total length: approx. 166 cm
- Blade length: approx. 40 cm
- Weight: approx. 1404 g
Incl. leather hem