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LARP Pulverizer War Hammer

LARP Pulverizer War Hammer
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Decorated Foam Warhammer for Sparring or LARP

  • Rugged and Decorative War Hammer
  • Solid Rubber Grip for Balance and Control
  • Tough Layered Foam and Latex for Durability
  • Excellent Details and Styling
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SBMU-LRP-PULVERIZER
$88
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Decorated Foam Warhammer for Sparring or LARP

* Stock items ship from Strongblade in 1-3 days. Please allow an additonal day for engraving or sharpening.
This double-sided bone crusher has a spiked top for thrusting and to help you clear a wide path in battle. Features a suede wrapped, hard rubber handle for good balance and excellent control. This realistic latex hammer, from our Warlords Collection, is perfect for LARP for all ages.

Please Note: This is not a metal hammer; it is a quality latex hammerfor LARP and other forms of action play.
Material: Latex and rubber with police-grade kevlar core.
Overall Height:31 inches
Weight: Approx. 1lbs


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"Because of the formidable length of battle swords, many feature a riccatta - a dull section of the blade just below the hilt. The swordsman could place a hand on this riccatta allowing him to grip the blade a little higher, which gave the swordsman more leverage for the swing (a bit like hoking up on a modern baseball bat). This was especially useful for in-fighting (fighting at close quarters), or for more precise thrusts."