Deal of the days
designed by John Barnett
In the war, the great two-handed axe was the most fearsome weapon the Vikings possessed.
The axes were of small, medium and large sizes, but the most formidable was the large two-handed axe. Being able to crack shields, split helmets and tear wide shirts, once a Viking warrior had his large axe in motion, he was unstoppable.
The best technique to use these axes was simply to focus on launching a ferocious attack without any defense. This was the tactic of the famous Berserk warriors of the Viking sagas who at the beginning of the battle would go on a barbaric rage and erupt and cross the battlefield screaming and foaming at the mouth until all their enemies were killed or killed. themselves were cut and killed.
All swords in the John Barnett collection have steel blades with EN45 springs and protective parts and handles are always in steel, unless brass or bronze are specified, oak wood handles on very wide spikes
John Barnett's collection are all museum-quality pieces with their own distinctive appearance.