Medieval studded maul constructed from ash with multiple inset nails/studs and filled with lead. Exactly the sort of maul a poor archer may take.
This is the sort of medieval mace or maul that could be made in any village.
Overall length 50cm/19.5"
Weight 510g 1lb1oz
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