Pfeilspitze halbmondförmig

Art.Nr.: 02 PS-Halbmond
5,87 €
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Half moon shaped arrow head
Half moon shaped arrow head
Medieval crecent arrow point
Medieval crecent arrow point
Medieval arrowhead models
Medieval arrowhead models
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Medieval arrowhead in the shape of a crescent moon.

Replica of a crescent-shaped arrowhead based on historical models from the High Middle Ages and the Late Middle Ages.

This crescent-shaped arrowhead is placed with the socket on the arrow shaft, which was the common method of attaching arrowheads in the Middle Ages.

This shape of arrowhead was used for bird hunting at that time. The broad, crescent-shaped blade ensured that the arrow did not merely pass through the feathers but actually hit the bird.

Crescent-shaped arrowheads are sometimes referred to as gut rippers or rope cutters, but the term is misleading.

The arrowhead is hand-forged as was customary in the Middle Ages and has a beautiful matt black surface.

Dimensions of the medieval arrowhead:
Length 3.5 cm.
Width 4 cm.
Hole diameter 9 mm.
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Medieval arrowhead in the shape of a crescent moon.

Replica of a crescent-shaped arrowhead based on historical models from the High Middle Ages and the Late Middle Ages.

This crescent-shaped arrowhead is placed with the socket on the arrow shaft, which was the common method of attaching arrowheads in the Middle Ages.

This shape of arrowhead was used for bird hunting at that time. The broad, crescent-shaped blade ensured that the arrow did not merely pass through the feathers but actually hit the bird.

Crescent-shaped arrowheads are sometimes referred to as gut rippers or rope cutters, but the term is misleading.

The arrowhead is hand-forged as was customary in the Middle Ages and has a beautiful matt black surface.

Dimensions of the medieval arrowhead:
Length 3.5 cm.
Width 4 cm.
Hole diameter 9 mm.
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