The truth is out there. Unfortunately, if the truth is anything like this Alien Head Fantasy Axe, it is probably better that it remain hidden, as its potential alien wielders might not be the friendliest of extraterrestrials.
The Danish Axe by Hanwei is undoubtedly a fine example of the use of peacetime agricultural tools as weapons in time of war. Equally at home felling trees or adversaries, the axe evokes a fearsome picture of the woodsman at war.
No collection is complete without the addition of a well-balanced throwing axe. The Antiqued Throwing Axe, made by Hanwei, could historically be used as a dangerous weapon in two ways, depending on the combat situation.
Archers always carried an in-close fighting sidearm, and an axe like this one was a perfect choice as both a good worker and a weapon. The flat poll was good for hammering in stakes and then the blade could be used to sharpen them.
This tomahawk takes the typical design of a classic frontier weapon and makes it elegant and attractive. The Arrowhead Tomahawk has the look of a true tomahawk with an added bit of style that makes it impressive to look at.
For years, Cold Steel has tried to bring to market one of the devastating Chinese styled hatchets used with such awesome effect in countless Kung Fu movies. The Cold Steel version, the Axe Gang Hatchet, is a formidable weapon.
The favored weapon of the legendary Norse ruler, the Axe of Ragnar Lothbrok is a replica of the actual Vikings TV show prop. This single-headed axe was essential to the rise of Ragnar from farmer to Earl, and from Earl to King.
The Axehead was made especially for re-enactment use. The Axehead is crafted with a 3 mm thick edge, and a safety edge. A perfect replacement head or works well for hand made projects. No shaft is supplied.
The addition of a longer haft can help improve the force behind an axe swing and a larger head will do the same, while also offering a larger cutting surface. The Bardiche is the culmination of these two points made real.
An evolution from the medieval Danish axe, the Bardiche Axe Head is a curved blade with a long surface area historically suited for slicing, cleaving, and even stabbing. Add your own wooden haft to create this medieval weapon.
This new axe has a back spike to add to its effectiveness as a weapon of war. The steel head is pinned to a hardwood shaft that is curved at the end on this effective hand axe. It is a great piece to add to your collection.
The bardiche was a style of pole axe that was used throughout Eastern Europe during the medieval and renaissance periods. The Battle Bardiche behaves like a large axe with an oversized blade, making it perfectly suited for cleaving.