In medieval times, the polearm was a popular weapon used in combat, meant to disarm and crush an opponent with a few blows. The 14th Century Bec de Faucon is one of the most deadly of these weapons, with features meant to take down an enemy quickly. This hammer features three protruding steel spikes, making it a brutal war weapon representative of the deadly battles of the medieval realm. A spear head points out of the top of the polearm, with a hook in the back as well. The hammerhead consists of a clawed spike, the most sinister aspect of this weapon. A long wooden haft, ideal for a wide range of swings during its use, helps you to display this historical weapon in your home. The 14th Century Bec de Faucon is the perfect addition to any medieval weaponry collection, as its place in history is well known.
- War hammer is authentic to weapons used during medieval battles
- Historical design features a spiked head, a spear top, and a back hook
- Wooden haft enhances range of swing and ways to display
- A great piece for any enthusiast of medieval culture
- Overall Length: 48.3 Inches
- Length of Hammer and Pick Combined: 7 Inches
- Weight: 2 Pounds and 8.5 Ounces