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16th Century Italian Mace


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    By the 15th Century, armor had become so well developed that it was almost impervious to a sword cut and even a thrust. In response warriors started using heavier blunt force weapons such as the mace. Capable of crushing plate armor, the mace was a popular weapon with knights and foot soldiers alike. The 16th Century Italian Mace has 8 flanges and is made of blackened steel with a leather wrapped grip.

    Please Note: While all-steel maces are sturdy they are not indestructible. They were designed for striking targets softer and less dense than the mace – namely warriors wearing steel armor which was considerably thinner than the mace flanges. Bashing a steel mace onto concrete roads, dense trees and wood beams, cinder blocks, I-beams and other hard or dense targets may result in bending the steel mace, damaging its flanges or causing other damage.

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    1 review for 16th Century Italian Mace

    1. Will

      Well Made, Cheap Mace I’m very happy with it, it looks great and based on Skallagrims review on youtube, it is extremely durable when you hit stuff with it. The head is solid steel with the various flat pieces welded to the central rod. I was disappointed that the handle is completely hollow, but its definitely worth the price that you pay.

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