“Reviewing” a Polearm I Made (& Thoughts on its Use)
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Polearms are sort of under-prioritized on the historical reproduction market, compared to swords. So I modified a cutlass by grinding it into a symmetrical, double-edged blade and mounted it on a hexagonal staff that I made from hickory boards. Not exactly a masterpiece, but I'm pretty happy with how it turned out.
Works nicely for some cutting tests, and to discuss a few spear / polearm techniques.
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