Vikings’ preferred weapon was a massive double axe: Vikings did use axes in battle, however, they were of a very different type than suggested in the modern popular culture. It should be remembered that no double-headed axe has ever been found from early
As armor got better, blades became less effective, although weapons like this Foot Soldier's War Hammer remained, being extremely effective against armored and unarmored foes, as the hammer delivered considerable impact either way.
weapon Pattern Welded head, on the spike, " blade on the back end. 6 Core opposing twists, and random edges. Punched and drifted eye. The handle is dyed and antiqued ash. Stands about tall and the overall length of the head is Photos by Jim Cooper
*Williams will restock in Japan, as the MARPAT satchel bag carrying his tactical knife, hatchet, sidearm and throwing knives was lost in the crash of Nihon Airlines Flight Trying to find the perfect tac kama right now.