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Square Bodkin or Early Plate Bodkin common from the earliest times until the mid 14th Century when it was superseded by more sophisticated designs to combat the developments in both quality of materiel production and armour design.
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 square pattern bodkins are intended as look alike examples of the originals, great to shoot, excellent for display, reenactment and as teaching aids.
- Sold individually.
- Approximately 5 cm in length.
- Approximately 8 mm at the widest.
- Average weight in grains 175 – 200.
- Will easily fit 5/16 – 11/32 shafts or taper.