Massive 77" Pollaxe from Armory Marek : ArmsandArmor

The most widely held idea is that the poll in pollaxe is refering to the head of the weapon, not the haft. i think cuz poleaxe is an axe on a pole, while a pollaxe is an axe used to dismantle a polling station. also does it count as a poleaxe if it doesnt have an axe blade? certainly a polearm but maybe not a poleaxe.

Knightly Pollaxe – Arms & Armor

The pollaxe, one of the most favored weapons of its day, saw service with knights of all countries in the list and on the battlefield. The English knights at Crecy and Agincourt chose to dismount and fight on foot with pollaxe and spear. Overall length: 67" Shipping Domestic US 61.00 International customers please contact us for a shipping quote.

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The poles afforded reach while the spears and other arms afforded a way to attack one's opponent who would otherwise be out of reach. Swords of the Forge offers quality made products such as the 17th century Swiss Halberd, the Medieval War Spear, the Venetian War Hammer and the Bed De Corbin Pole Axe.

Pole Arms Medieval and Renaissance Decorative and Functional

Due to there size and shape the Pole Arm was quite handy. Some had a good sharp point, and could be used as a spear, the hammer or spike could pierce armor and the axe head was lethal. We carry a wide variety of medieval and renaissance pole arms.

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Nov 16, 2013 - A resource for historic arms and armor collectors with photo galleries, reviews, reference materials, discussion forums, a bookstore and a comparison tool.

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At Arms and Armor we hand-make a full range of historically accurate European weapons from the past thousand years. For over four decades we have worked with museums, collectors, and scholars to develop a deep understanding of …

Poleaxe vs Halberd - the Definitive Guide - Awesome …

What is a Poleaxe? A poleaxe is, in its most basic form, a long-handled weapon with an axe or hammer head mounted on its end. They appeared as a counter to the plate armor of men at arms from the 14th to …

Burgundian Poleaxe – Arms & Armor

The Knightly combat of the 15th Century used a variety of weapons but few were as effective as the Poleaxe when fighting on foot. From the earliest depictions …

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The first pole weapon that appeared were the first spears dated back in the Stone Age. These medieval pole weapons were used by the great warriors and knights during the Medieval times. Our full line of pole weapons are made by top …

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Catalog NO.: HA007. Weight: 2750g. Height: 2300mm. Length of blade: length of complete metal part-445mm. Total length: 2290mm. Total length: only metal parts-240

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Polearms. Replica Medieval Polearms - We carry a large variety of polearms including Battle Axes, Flails, Maces, Spears, Axes, Halberds, War Hammers and quality Ash Poles for mounting your own Spear Head.

Arms and Armor - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Arms and Armor Department was created within the Museum in 1912, due largely to the efforts of its founding curator, Dr. Bashford Dean (1867–1928). Even before this time, however, the trustees of the Museum made valuable acquisitions of arms and armor, most notably the collection of European arms and armor formed in France by Maurice de ...

Pole Arms Medieval and Renaissance ... - By The Sword

Knife Glaive AH-3533. A glaive is a medieval polearm consisting of a single edged blade attached to the end of a pole. Our Knife Glaive is made from forged carbon steel and is attached to the hardwood pole with a socket similar to an …

Which is better against plate armor from a poleaxe and a ...

Answer (1 of 3): They're the same weapon - or, if you want to think about it as Charles DeLeo suggests, one is a version of the other. One of the weird things about the terminology modern weapons nerds use for polearms is that it's this bizarre …

Poleaxe vs Halberd - the Definitive Guide - Awesome Axes

What is a Poleaxe? A poleaxe is, in its most basic form, a long-handled weapon with an axe or hammer head mounted on its end. They appeared as a counter to the plate armor of men at arms from the 14th to 16th centuries. While the name implies that it is a type of axe, poleaxes could also be crushing weapons – a type of warhammer.

Cold Steel Pole Axe - Kult of Athena

By the late Medieval Era armor had advanced to the point that that a shield was no longer a necessary accoutrement . Unlike chainmail, the steel plates of advanced armors could both dissipate and deflect the kinetic energy of the strike. Earlier chainmail-based armors could only serve to help in preventing a cut or puncture through the metal ring mesh, but they could not …

Improved Burgundian Poleaxe – Arms & Armor

Improved Burgundian Poleaxe – Arms & Armor. Improved Burgundian Poleaxe. 04 Feb, 2022. Today we take a look at some improvements we've made to our Burgundian Poleaxe to make it both more historically accurate, and more appealing to our customers. This product is a replica of an early 15th century French poleaxe (A925 in the Wallace Collection ...

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A resource for historic arms and armor collectors with photo galleries, reviews, reference materials, discussion forums, a bookstore and a comparison tool. Tom Biliter. Medieval Weapons. ... and is a type of poleaxe. It has a head which …

Pollaxe | French, Burgundy - The Metropolitan …

French, Burgundy. The poleaxe was the western European equivalent of the halberd and was similarly designed for hacking and stabbing and for piercing armor plates. However, the heads of halberds were constructed in one …

Arms and Armor Burgundian Poleaxe - Kult of Athena

Poleaxes became, in the waning years of the medieval era, a popular weapon for tournaments and trial-by-combat. Arms and Armor created this poleaxe from a museum piece, now in the Wallace Collection, London (A925). The top spike, measuring 8, is integrated as a single piece with the axe, hammer and langets, making this a sturdy weapon.

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"The Flower of Battle", Arms and Armor, Fiore de'i Liberi, Martial Arts, Middle Ages, Poleaxe From Fiore Furlano de’i Liberi's (c. 1340s-1420s) The Flower of Battle, Axe in Armor, 16: MS Ludwig XV 13 (Getty)

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In stock 117.00 EUR. One hand sword. polished fuller, leather handle, blade hardness: 48-50 HRC, blade steel: DIN 54 SiCr 6, hilt, tang: DIN Ck 55, blade width at the top: 44mm, one year guarantee for blade, data tolerance: +-3% …

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Fiore's Spear and Poleaxe - Learn Fiore

of the sword in armor does, so I can do with a step and a thrust with my poleaxe. Rewind: (33r-c) ... strike his arms or hands. Plate 4: (35v-d) Middle Iron Gate* ... instead of a poleaxe, then I would thrust it into my opponent's face as follows: when I am waiting in the ...

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Arms and Armor Burgundian Poleaxe Rated 5.00 out of 5 $ 480.00. Usually Ships in About 4 months. Battle Ready. Add to cart Details Quick View Add to wishlist. Join Waitlist. Join the waitlist to be emailed when this product becomes available. Dismiss notification.

The Mighty Poleaxe & Halberd! : ArmsandArmor

Posted by 2 days ago. Highly decorated armour of a cuirassier from Savoy, France c.1630. Thick enough to protect from pistol shots, this was the one of the last uses of full plate armour in war. see full image. 185.

Functional Halberd or Poleaxe : ArmsandArmor

Does anyone know where to get a decent quality functional halberd or poleaxe type weapon? I'd settle for a spear if it came with the shaft and everything. I just think it would be fun to have and maybe swing it around a few times in the yard or something. I do not want something that will fly apart as soon as I hit something with it though.

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Pole Axe | Medieval Weapons - Museum ... - Museum Replicas

I have pieces Albion, Arms and Armor and high end custom pieces, but this is the one that really impresses! When I bought this I got a 10% discount paying well under $150 for it. All are amazed that a very well made weapon like this costs so little! Many assume that it is one of the most expensive pieces that I own.

Ed - Arms & Armor - A&A Poleaxe

My Arms & Armor A&A Poleaxe Bought in March 2012 This is a slightly non-standard version of the A&A Knightly Poleaxe, in that the haft is maybe 4-5 inches shorter than normal, but adds a butt-spike in the place of these last few …

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Arms: poleax vs sword spec. Post Reply. Return to board index. ... so long as sword spec has the cooldown it won't be as good as poleaxe with an equal weapon ... Last time I checked, Sunder and FF reduce the target armor while ArP gear, Battle …

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Throughout medieval Europe, the man-at-arms found himself facing more and more efficient forms of armour. The need for weapons capable of crushing and hacking through these defenses was ever-increasing. One weapon capable of delivering significant damage to well-armoured opponents is the poleaxe.

Spears & Polearms – Arms & Armor

Spears & Polearms Prior to the introduction of firearms, spears and other polearms were the most important weapons of war. From glaives, to partisans, to great axes and hammers, there are countless variations seen in surviving examples and art. Here at Arms and Armor we produce some of the most iconic versions of these weapons.

Knightly Pollaxe – Arms & Armor

The Arms and Armor Knightly Pollaxe is a reproduction of a famous example (A926) housed in The Wallace Collection, London, England that is dated to around the year 1475. Ours is composed of eleven different cast and forged pieces of steel, fitted together on a carefully selected and worked ash haft. Pollaxes typically differ from some other ...

By The Sword, Inc. - Medieval Pole Axe

We ran across this axe in a private collection and immediately decided we needed to replicate it. With a long history of use, the Pole Axe was very popular in the lists, with the winner being decided by the number of blows fairly struck. It was also used in serious duels where the winner was the one who could walk away from the field. But even so, it was also quite popular for use …

Ed - Arms & Armor - A&A Poleaxe

My Arms & Armor. A&A Poleaxe. Bought in March 2012. This is a slightly non-standard version of the A&A Knightly Poleaxe, in that the haft is maybe 4-5 inches shorter than normal, but adds a butt-spike in the place of these last few …

Anyone buy an Arms and Armor poleaxe? : ArmsandArmor

Good polearms in general seem pretty hard. I really want to believe that the skallagrim video was just a lemon, as arms and armor is supposed to have a great reputation and its pretty much exactly what I want. I don't necessarily plan on swinging it, but at a certain price point it shouldn't just fall apart when you use it.