Not all axes are brutal, simple beasts that excel at hacking and cleaving. Some, like this German Gothic Axe, are a stunning example of what can happen when axes meet the craftsmanship and style of the period, which always results in something spectacular. When you think of a battle axe, it is very possible that the axe you think of is something like this weapon. It features a carbon steel head that features a curved leading edge with jagged prongs along the upper curve, as well as a reversed spike poll on the opposite end of the axe head. The effect is that this axe is a double-headed weapon capable of delivering havoc from either end, so long as the wielder has the skill to switch heads in combat.
The axe head is mounted atop a hardwood haft that measures approximately 42 inches long. The axe head itself measures 13 inches long, which gives the axe head a fairly nice size as far as weapons go. The haft also will accommodate a one handed or a two handed grip, which gives this weapon a nice level of versatility, too. This German Gothic Axe is a great choice if you are looking for something to carry at your side at a historical reenactment.
- Axe Head is Crafted from carbon steel
- Comes Mounted on a Hardwood Haft
- Axe Head Features a Curved Blade and A Spike Poll
- A Traditional Gothic Axe
- A Very Simple yet Effective Look
- Axe Head Length: 13 Inches
- Haft Length: 42 Inches