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Broad Head kite or diamond shape primarily used for hunting but like many things pressed into service for other uses. A wide spread and common design through out history and certainly in use from 800 – 1300, similar to the Type 2 and Chippenham Type 1; the precursor of modern designs.
Made of blackened steel, partly by hand thus every one is unique, as you would expect the shaft you attach them to may need a bit of work to get a good fit. These modern reproductions of a kite or diamond pattern broad heads are intended as look alike examples of the originals, great to shoot, excellent for display, reenactment and as teaching aids.
- Sold individually.
- Approximately 7 cm in length.
- Approximately 2 cm at its widest.
- Average weight in grains 200 – 225.
- Will easily fit 5/16 – 11/32 shafts or taper.