Polearms were popular in late medieval Europe. The MAA English Bill Head is a reproduction of one style that was favored by the English. The English wielded this weapon style alongside the longbow, and carried it into the mid-16th century. Irish rebels would use the bill as a weapon as late as 1798 in Ulster.
Made from 1055 high-carbon steel, this halberd head is fully functional. It has a hooked blade to the front. In addition, there is a spike at the top and back. Thus, it fits the typical design of an English bill. This late medieval polearm head has sharpened edges and a blackened finish.
At the bottom, it has a conical socket. This allows it to fit the haft of your choice or to replace the blade on the Man at Arms English Bill by Cold Steel, sold separately. This man-at-arms halberd head is fitting for any medieval reenactment or weapon collection. Become a terrifying infantryman or warrior on the battlefield and take down your opponents with an impressive weapon in hand.
- Fully functional
- Blackened finish
- Has a curved edge and two spikes
- Historical design
- Great for reenactments and collections
- Blade is 1055 high-carbon steel
- Overall Length: 25 Inches
- Blade Length: 14 Inches
- Blade Width: 3.25 Inches
Measurements are approximate.
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