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Hungarian Axe, Fokos from the 9-10th Century
Hungarian Axe, Fokos from the 9-10th Century


 
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Actually made in Hungary for us.
5160 Steel head and hardwood handle.



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Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
5 of 5 Good Looking Axe April 14, 2022
Reviewer: Larry from Rushsylvania, OH United States  
Looks great, fit and finish is fine. Nice handle.  I have not worked with the head to see if it sharpens or holds an edge.

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5 of 5 Hungarian Axe, Fokos March 30, 2022
Reviewer: Joel Cronin from Huntsville, AL United States  
Neat little Fokos. Heads not so offensive looking or too heavy to use. Head fits great on a sledgehammer handle if desired.

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4 of 5 Hungarian Axe February 22, 2022
Reviewer: Jason Puhacz from Toronto, ON Canada  
Overall the item was well received 4.25 stars.  The axe head had a slight wiggle to it, it was secure.  For me was no issue as I planned on shortening the handle and haft the axe head with wooden wedges in a “t” shape (which I did and it turned out awesome).  The axe head itself was well made.  I should also note that the finish on the wood (I thinks it’s an oil stain) comes off and stains my hand.  For the price it was great!

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5 of 5 Love the balance November 11, 2020
Reviewer: Kevin Cook from Buffalo, NY United States  
The balance of this weapon is great, and feels really nice in the hand(s). I've enjoyed beginning to learn how to use it, and the motions all feel really nice with the smooth wood. A little scary, but I mean, it has a piercing point, so that's what going slow is for.

Seriously enjoy playing with this.

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