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Used from the 14th Century onwards
The tip is rounded
The edges are not sharpened and the tip is rounded.
The edges are not sharpened and the tip is rounded.
Were also known as kidney daggers.
The wooden grip of the dagger has a guard
Guard and Dagger end made from malleable cast iron.
Includes a leather sheath with belt loop
Practical blunt, light combat version
The blade is attached to the handle by double bolting
Constructed in the world famous Art Gladius sword factory
The dagger has a deep, rather long groove
Our replica is made for decoration only
Forged out of high carbon steel
1055 high carbon steel
Could inflict damage to un-armoured opponents
This mace could even break flexible mail.
Has metal chains with two balls attached
Hard wood handle with metal chain and large ball
wooden shafts with leather wrapped grip
These range of flails are designed for display only
One ball with short grip
Combines three weapons at once
Richly decorated hammer 
Has a brass ring on the end of the handle.
The pole of the hammer has been twisted
Called Ravens Beak because of it's peaked shape
Ideal weapon for use against an opponent dressed in plate steel
The Halberd is supplied without a shaft
The Halberd is supplied without a shaft
1055 high carbon steel with gun-metal finish, ash wood shaft
Shaft is screwed in the middle
Hand forged from carbon steel
Overall Length: approx. 205 cm (81 Inches)
Popular with soldiers from 1450ad
Axe on one side and a hammer on the other.
This was a pole weapon with a three bladed head
A 56 cm long replacement handle for axes
The blade is not sharpened
Dimensions: approx. 28 x 30 mm 
Total length 69cm
Authentic collector's item
Its  versatility was used in numerous ways
Total Length: approx. 73 cm
The blade of the axe is sharpened
Blade Length: approx. 14.5 cm
The Spear Head is made from hand forged carbon steel
These spears were made to perforate armour.
The blade is not sharpened on the Spear Head
Bases on finds from the 6th and 7th Century
The end cap is made from 2mm steel
The end cap has not got drilled holes
Screws in the middle

Welcome to GETDRESSEDFORBATTLE®™ re enactment supplies Medieval Weapons section.
In this section you will find our range of Medieval Weapons safe for use in re enactment including spears, halberd, war hammer mace and morning star.