The Medieval Halberd is a two handed pole weapon topped with a shaped axe head designed for stabbing, gashing, and slashing. It's extended length enabled it to better equip its wielder against horse mounted attackers with longer weapons. The Halberd was widely used in 14th-15th Centuries and is originally of Swiss design.
This has a Two-Piece pole with red trim and is equipped with a multipurpose shaped axe head that would have typical of later design.
Weight: 4.5 lbs.