This hefty late Medieval war hammer has a head of tempered high carbon steel which is mounted onto a hardwood haft and secured with riveted langets. Its end cap is steel and the grip is bound in leather and secured with antiqued brass studs.
Even the most-well armoured of medieval warriors would need to have great caution when fighting a foe with such a hammer, for the large Corvus Ravens Beak pick-like spike is one of the most substantial we have seen and is eminently suited to delivering fatal puncturing blows through layers of armor, mail and gambeson. Its hammer end is not to be ignored and the substantial mass of the head delivers pulverizing blows when it connects to a woefully unfortunate foe.
Handcrafted in the Czech Republic, this item can vary in the detailing of its leather and studs.
Solid Looks really good, but it’s a real beast. The square haft is a little uncomfortable, and it’s very heavy for use with one hand. Could probably derail a train with it, though.
A beast Well made. Very heavy. Made to be wielded with one hand, but it’s not possible for anyone with average strength. More a sledgehammer than a warhammer.
Michael Leak –
Well made. But the only disappointment is the metal parts, hammer head and the metal bar that holds the hammer in place is black not silver tone. Tried to remove black color off the hammer head buy to no avail. Called company but they did not know how that could happen. I could of mailed it back for an exchage but I kept it anways,
A beautiful piece of craftsmanship. Quite heavy. If you are strong enough to wield it, ideal for dinosaur hunt or smashing Terminators.
Well made warhammer. well matched and well balanced. enough weight to strike foe.
I think this warhammer is not that heavy. It’s avarage weight for warhammer.
but mine came with rust. WD-40 or any good oil can solve that matter, but all in all it’s kind of con.