Despite the admiration and devotion accorded to the sword, the Viking spear was the most popular weapon. Used as throwing weapons and as pikes, Viking spears were an essential element of their daily lives. Drakka meticulously forges each of these Viking spears from tough, high-carbon steel.
The spear was the most prevalent weapon during the Viking Age. With only a small amount of metal compared to a sword, it was much simpler to produce. At Drakka, we stock many distinct spears, including blunt reenactment, hewing, and lugging.
At Drakka, we stock many distinct spears, including blunt reenactment, hewing, and lugging. This Viking spear's Damascus blade is long and leaf-shaped. The handle is rosewood with a polished finish. The handle's rear end is tapered and flared. The spear also includes a high-quality leather sheath with an embossed design. Laser engraving is available on the sheath. There is limited space, and long, thin images or lettering will work best.
javelin or small spear head with a rough, period-appropriate finish. forged from high-carbon steel. has an edge but is not sharpened. The socket opening is about 1" and has a hole to nail or screw the spear onto a pole.
The Drakka Viking Spear is an excellent gift for fellow warriors or family members who collect Viking weapons. It is of higher quality and intricately crafted in every detail. a product that must be included in your collection.
What is the Viking spear name?
An atgeir, also known as a "mail piercer" or a "hewing spear," was a type of polearm used during the Viking Age in Scandinavia and the Norse colonies in Great Britain and Iceland. The word originates from the ancient Norse geirr, which meant spear.
What is Viking spear length?
Overall length: 14 3/4"; blade length: 9 1/4"; and the tapered socket has a 7/8" opening. about 7.5 inches long overall.
What are the Viking spear types available?
We have a large selection of Viking Spears, including replicas of the four most common types.(Barcha, Kontos, Lance, Xyston)
Is this Viking spear for sale collectible?
This Viking spear is ideal for medieval reenactments, themed parties, Halloween, or any other event where you want to feel like a Viking warrior; however, it can also be used as a collectible.