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Polehammer - Rubber Head Only



 
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Purpleheart Armoury Exclusive rubber polehammer head
Features
Weight: 1lb 2 oz. (0.51kg)
OAL Length:10" (254mm)
Spike 6.25" from center of pole.

Spike knob: 1.25" diameter. (SCA Legal)

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 7 Write a review »

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Awesome product! April 22, 2017
Reviewer: Henrique Nakamura from New York, NY United States  
Purple Heart is pretty much the only supplier my polearm study group uses.

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Just as expected January 23, 2017
Reviewer: Cameron Fields from Glendale, AZ United States  
Was even better then I expected,  look forward to using it in many battles and wars in the SCA.

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Solid product December 26, 2016
Reviewer: Nick H from San Jacinto, CA United States  
I bought this hammerhead for use in the SCA. It has a 1" diameter hole and a 1.25" stick of rattan will go in relatively easy if you lubricate it well; I used contact cement. There is relatively little "give" but it seems to distribute force well given the material.

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Great product November 22, 2016
Reviewer: John M. Crane from Kissimmee, FL United States  
Great for sparring.

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Heavy November 7, 2016
Reviewer: Charles Castellanos from beach Park, IL United States  
I have used the rubber spear tip and found them to work well, and on the hole the polehammers are of the same stuff, it's just got to be keep in mind these things are "HEAVY"  be sure to wear head protection (more then just a mask) and what ever pole you put these  on make sure it's strong !!! We broke 2 poles before we reinforced the new poles with side supports. Lastly you may want to put a small set screw in the side of the hammer so it doesn't spin.  Overall a good addition to your collection of training tools.

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