X - Viking Spear (Pole-72")
Y - Thin Spear (Pole 72”)
Z - La Tene Celtic Spear (Pole 72”)
AA - Leaf Shape Celtic Spear (Pole 72”)
AB - Tibetan Spear(Pole 67”)
X - AH3536
Y - AH3541
Z - AH3537
AA - AH3538
AB - AH4001
- Carbon steel spearheads
- Hardwood poles
- X, Y, and AB have carbon steel butt spikes
Spears may have been the earliest weapons known to humankind, both for hunting and for fighting. Being primarily a stabbing weapon, a spear's ability to inflict harm is typically dependent on two key factors, those being length and width. Each of these spears is a reproduction of the type most used in a particular time or place.
X - This spear has a functional, almost sword-like tip with flared bottom edges. The spear point measures approximately 13.75 inches long, while the haft measures approximately 72 inches long. It is pictured with a butt-cap, but does not include one.
Y - This spear features a long shaft as well as a broad head that's suitable for stabbing and thrusting. The broad, leaf-shaped point is measures approximately 36.75 inches long. The end of the spear features a steel butt-cap; pole measures approximately 72 inches long.
Z - This spear is distinctive purely for its unique spear-head, which features a wave-like design that gradually grows more and more narrow until it culminates into a working point. The spear's head measures approximately 20 inches long, while the included hardwood pole measures approximately 72 inches long.
AA - This spear's leaf-shaped blade possesses a wide, rounded bottom that gradually tapers down until it culminates to an effective stabbing point. The spear point also features a small cut-out just around its spine, which helps to balance the spear-point and lighten its weight. The spear-head is approximately 15 inches long, while the shaft measures approximately 72 inches long.
AB - The spear-head is approximately 15 inches long, while the shaft measures approximately 72 inches long.
AA - Modeled after one of the spearheads found in a La Tene burial site, spear is a fantastic recreation of a centuries-old spear from history that features great Celtic style, as well as an effective and wicked looking wave-blade. The La Tene culture was a European Iron Age culture.
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A similar targe is on display at the National Museum of Scotland.