House of De Clifford wrote:I distincly remember seeing Marc with his new Pollaxe on his stall TORM earlier this year. It was lovely!
Mark Griffin wrote:trouble is, once you get a decent pollaxe, you tend to hang on to it. the 2nd handpollaxe market has ever been that busy I'm afraid.
paul bennett wrote:Id recommend Cap-a-pie's pollaxe. I fitted the first few war hammers and made that longer pollaxe haft, so its 2 traders fpr the price of 1 The metal bits are of really good quallity. Most other socketed items I have seen have been quite rough inside the socket, making fitting problematic and thus potentially weak. These are nice and clean and make for a good, strong fit.
I have three pollaxes
Fox wrote:I'm still looking for the "re-enactment safe" version of that poleax, please, Mark.
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