If the trident is a fishermans spear that became a warriors weapon, then the Military Fork is a farmers pitchfork that became a soldiers spear. This impressive weapon features two brutal spear-like points, which means that it is twice as dangerous. Twice the stabbing power is not exactly what makes this weapon so dangerous, though. Like the pitchfork, this weapon features two tines, or prongs, that are gently curved so that the points flare outward. The space between the two prongs is left open, and there-in lays the deviousness of this weapon. It remains an effective stabbing implement thanks to the two prongs, but a clever wielder can also catch weapons between the prongs and disarm his opponents with a deft twist of the pole arm. This military-style pitchfork features a head that is crafted from forged carbon steel and measures approximately 22 inches long, while the included hardwood haft has a length closer to 72 inches. That means that this Military Fork stands well over six feet tall So it might not be the most impressive looking weapon to come out of the middle ages, but when faced with a six-foot spear with two points, it does not have to have ornate flares and excessive designs to be an intimidating and an effective looking weapon.
- A Classic Medieval Pole Weapon
- A Modified and Militarized Farmers Pitchfork
- An Excellent Costume Piece, Training Weapon, or Medieval Display
- Features A Forged High Carbon Steel Head
- Includes a Simple Hardwood Pole
- Overall Length: 91.75
- Head Length: 23 Inches