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Medieval Polearms

Medieval Polearms

Whether you’re leading an army in an historical battle reenactment, or your army is marching into battle on stage or in front of the camera, you’ll likely be holding at least one polearm. These Medieval weapons were wooden poles, or shafts, topped with a sharp metal head that provided the dangerous weaponry. Some were reminiscent of simple spears while others featured elaborate designs with fine details.


Polearms were an effective Medieval weapon against armoured enemies on horseback as some were capable of penetrating armour. Medieval polearms were weapons that were most effective for close combat, enabling the bearer to strike, hit, jab and stab oncoming opponents.


Medieval polearms were also the weapon of choice among peasant uprisings, revolts and self-defense. The wooden shaft could be made from shovels and spades the lower classes used for farming, which made the polearm inexpensive and readily available. There are multiple types of these Medieval weapons, each ideally suited for a specific use. Some were better for thrusting, some for increasing leverage and twirling and those better for throwing.


At Historic Reproductions, you’ll find a variety of polearms from Get Dressed for Battle, from the simple to the elaborate. All our Medieval weapons, including polearms are made are made of authentic materials and made to accurate dimensions so you’ll get the most historically accurate polearm possible.

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