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The famous chronicle by Henry of Livonia often mentions ancient Estonians being skilled with their javelins and throwing them in large quantities before the battle in order to create a storm of javelins that frightens and confuses the enemy.
The knife headed throwing spear is a common find among Estonian archaeological material, and is a local alternative to the usual throwing spear design. It was attached to the javelin using its hooked end and then fastened with a leather cord. Although being cheaper and easier to produce, it was still a deadly weapon in the hands of an experienced warrior!
Our spearheads are are hand made in Estonia from quality steel and properly heat treated.
Javelins can also be ordered with a shaft.