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Frankish Axe

ID#: 600770

Price: $45.00 

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Customer Rating: 7 ratings

 Circa 400

The ancient Frankish Warriors would form a rough line an arm’s throw from their foe and hurl light spears and these axes before charging in with sword and shield for individual combat. This distinct axe is perfect for throwing with its solid steel head and hardwood shaft. Made by Windlass Steelcrafts.
  • Overall: 19-1⁄4"
  • Blade: 6-1⁄4" x 2-1⁄8" edge
  • Wt: 2 lbs





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    Product Rating: (4.43)   # of Ratings: 7   


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    1. Patrick on 2/5/2014, said:

    A well made solid usable axe.
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    2. kevin on 1/30/2014, said:

    A little rough, but for the price it is a solid well made weapon.
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    3. Christopher on 8/22/2013, said:

    This beautiful axe is solidly constructed. Has a nice weight to it, and feels comfortable in the hand, both while just holdling or swinging and striking. I am very sastified.
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    4. Travis on 4/21/2013, said:

    Awesome buy on the deal of the day. Very happy with what I got for the price. Nothing fancy, it is a bit rough around the edges. Only four stars because no option to have it sharpened professionally which I would have gladly paid for.
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    5. Gordon on 7/20/2011, said:

    Love this axe. It has a very "rough & ready" finish like it was made by some local smith, but it's graceful & sturdy. The head on mine is very solidly affixed. I am not an axe-thrower, but the solid construction definitely looks like it'd hold up in practice or competition.
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    6. micah on 5/17/2011, said:

    nice axe but the head is a little loose
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    7. Anonymous User on 12/23/2008, said:

    This is a beautiful axe, both in appearance and in feel, unlike another francesca I purchased from a competitor that looks nice, but would not stand up to even moderate use despite their claims to the contrary. Although this is to be expected, my only excuse is that you had not yet put out this little (figuratively only..that one truly IS little by comparison) beauty. Thank you
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