Flail / Mace
The term Flail refers to two different weapons: a long, two-handed infantry weapon with a cylindrical head, and a shorter weapon with a round metal striking head. The defining characteristic of both is that they involve a separate striking head attached to a handle by a flexible rope, strap, or chain. The chief tactical virtue of the flail was its capacity to strike around a defender's shield or parry. Its chief liability was a lack of precision and the difficulty of using it in close combat or closely ranked formations.
- Handcrafted And Hand tooled
- Made from Heavy Duty Steel
- Can be Used for Variety of Purposes
- Can be used as home decor
- Medieval Reproduction
- Measurements: 42"
- Dimensions: L: 37in x W: 8in x H: 8in
- Case Quantity: 8 Units Per Case
- Weight: 1.45lb