Sharp Blades Medieval Flail


ID: N35

The European one-handed Flail is variant generally depicted as a short wooden handle connected to one or many metal heads (often spiked) by way of a chain or chains. The agricultural flail was not just used as an improvised weapon in Europe. In southeast Asia, short agricultural flails originally employed in threshing rice were adapted into weapons such as the nunchaku or sansetsukon. This weapon was used by Hussites in the Hussite Wars and advantage was that Flail was really hard to block with sword or shield and energy is not transmitted to handle! This flail was made from from Oak and for balls was used a Tool steel.

  • Handle length – 20 inches
  • Chain length – 10 inches
  • Weight – 53oz
  • Material – 14260
  • Wood – american oak