Based on Original: Circa 1490 English
Over all Length: ~83"
This was the favored pole arm of the English. In use from the 14th to the 17th century, it saw action from the Scottish border to wars in France. George Silver, an English author of arms, recommended this pole arm more highly than a sword. This weapon was also called a Brown Bill or Forest Bill. It is mounted on a 1.125" ash pole and is 83" long, overall.
Note: As a long hafted wooden handled weapon there will be variations in the straightness of the haft. Wood is a natural material that will vary and adjust shape due to climate conditions and use. We strive to mount our poleaxe with solid wood of good quality making the hafts as straight as we can at the time of assembly. Just like the originals though there will be some variation.
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