As you wish to take on your enemies in battle, sometimes you need a bit more reach. Create your polearm with the German Halberd Head. Made from steel, this functional halberd head features a design based on an early 16th century museum piece.
It has two long langets that are strips of steel with holes in them. These holes allow for attaching the halberd head onto a shaft like the 84 Inch Pole Stave (OX005), sold separately.
Above the lancets, the head has an angled blade on one side and a curved point. There is a longer point at the top. The halberd has unsharpened edges. This medieval halberd head is great for historical reenactments and battles. You can add it to a DIY project or weapon collection.
- Fully functional
- Supplied Unedged
- Amazing Collectors Piece
- Ash Pole Supplied Separately
- Overall Length: 33.2 Inches
- Overall Width: 10 Inches
- Length of Top Spike: 8.5 Inches
- Length of Back Spike: 3 Inches
- Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Daniel N. –
I would consider this a project piece. Head came with blade edges unformed, welding slag in the socket, and rough finishing on the outside welds. Saying that, I think it is still a great value for the price. Head seems reasonably tempered. Socket on mine measures 1 1/8″ x 1″. I plan to finish it to my liking as a winter project.
Brian Krames (verified owner) –
Very nice halberd head, good carbon steel main blade. Goes well with the ash staff on this website. Very economical way to make your own polearm!