Complete and secure polehammer with rubber head and tip mounted on a 180 cm long wooden staff
The polehammer, known in french as “bec de corbin” (crow’s beak) is an evolution of the poleaxe of the middle of XVIth century
The wide axe shaped blade is replaced by a peak that can perforate plate armor.
The hammer is useful to, crush pieces of armor and stun the opponent
The dagger at the top can go through weaknesses in the armor such as the joints or the visor
A disc at the base of the cross, called a “Roundel” protects the hands.
This faithful reproduction of high-density rubber is ideal for making a training weapon ax.
The ash wood staff is made in France, according to our requirements.
The square shape offers better grip in the hand as they do not rotate on their own unlike the round staff.
The edges have been planed to obtain an octagonal shape except for the both ends that are square sections of 32mm in order to fit perfectly with the rubber parts.
Ash, frequently used for tool handles, is easy to drill and saw, and offers good impact resistance.
The rubber tip is called Coronel, because of its crown shape.
This rubber molding effectively absorbs shock and enhances the safety of the weapon.
In addition it adapts perfectly on the square wooden handles.
- 200 cm
- 2100 g