The Enfield rifles, produced for British troops, were among the most accurate guns of their time.
Often, a bayonet was used on these muskets for close combat, which were comparable in length to short-swords.
This authentic replica of the Enfield bayonet is made of steel. The sheath is made of leather and has brass fittings.
A beautiful item for every collection and an indispensable accessory for re-enactors.
An authentic replica of a square Roman pilum, as they would have been used around the time of Christ's birth.
This reconstruction of a germanic framea follows a southern germanic find from approx. 1st to 5th centuries A.D. The frame (lat. framea) is a germanic javelin similar to the ango spear.
Replica of a medieval caltrop, also known as crow’s foot or Wolfsangel. It consists of four sharp nails, from which three are forming the main pillars, while one nail always points straight vertical upward. The Romans already used caltrops, which were called Tribulus.In Medieval thousands of it were thrown all over the battlefields before battle started to weaken the opposing cavalry.
Our reconstruction is hand-forged from one single piece of steel in such a manner that the single nails have been split off in warm state. They should only be used for authentic demonstration.
Our caltrop is perfectly suitable as a decorative candleholder.