By: Windlass Steelcrafts
Protects the shaft and keeps it from splintering, and gives balance for the Greek Hoplite spear. But, they cleverly realized it could also be used as a secondary spearhead should the primary spearhead be broken. Overall-81/2" Wt.-1 lbs. 4 oz. The outside diameter of the throat is aprox 1" Will accept a larger pole once tapered.
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5/5 average from 37 reviews
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"Great weight, great finish and for a good price. Not same size as the spearhead, no screw holes, i had to drill it myself." - Patrick (4/5)
"Overall pretty nice. Good steel, nicely machined. A bit bigger and heavier than i expected. Was going to use it as a buttcap, but turned it into a nice shortspear/javelin. If you swung it like a club and hit something, it would be like a mace. Throws not bad for being tip heavy." - Brad (4/5)
"An excellent product, no complaints!" - Daniel (5/5)
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