The javelin is often an overlooked weapon of the ancient arsenal. In fact it was one of the most common weapons for soldiers from many periods of history. Thrown or used as a stabbing weapon this lightweight spear was a crucial piece of equipment from the Egyptian charioteer to the Medieval knight. The javelin could have a devastating effect on the opposition when used in mass. The skilled user, however, was able to hunt and hit targets at some distance with practice.
The tool steel head is cast with an integral socket and has a diamond cross-section. It is mounted on a 3/4 Inch wooden shaft with a rivet through the socket. The weapon is approximately 50 inches long and comes with a sharp point.
Please Note: The wood haft may be slightly warped. This is normal for this item