The total length of the spear with a sleeve is 59 cm
Blade length - 40 cm
Crossbar length16 cm
Blade width4 cm (at the widest point)
Thickness8mm to 3mm
The inner diameter of the bushing is 35mm
The total weight of the tip is 550g
Hardness is 48-50 HRC
This spear was used both in war and hunting. Such a spear was widely used in the lands of Eastern Europe from the 10th and up to the 19th century. The spear is still used today for hunting large animals.
This tip was made as a copy of a famous spear from the Art Museum, which is dated 1380. and it was found during excavations on Kulikovo field.
The spear was made by forging with the use of forging welding, the sleeve is welded by forging welding, and the crossbar-electric welding, it is possible to make such a spear only by forging welding.
The spear has passed all the standard tests, namely:
- Throws on the concrete floor to check the strength of the welding and the spear as a whole for defects
- throwing the tip of a spear into the concrete floor
- deflection load of 70 kg (no deformations)
- a pinewood plank with the tip of a spear
How to keep
Do not allow moisture to enter, wipe with a dry cloth.