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It kinda stinks to pull that flintlock replica you bought out of a drawer every time you want to show it to somebody, doesn't it? Well, darn it man (or woman, as the case may be), buy one of these simple, affordable hangers and change your pistol displaying lifestyle forever.
DO NOT USE THESE TO DISPLAY REAL, LOADED GUNS. THESE ARE INTENDED FOR UNLOADED OR NON-FIRING PISTOLS. Please, keep all real guns out of reach of children.
China Armour Gun and Sword Holder. 2 1/2" high. Set of two which may be mounted any distance apart on a wall to display various size guns, swords, bowies, daggers or canes.
Cast metal construction with antique nickel silver finish.
The package includes two hangers plus mounting hardware.
Back in the late 1700s, Sir Patrick Gunstand kept misplacing his pistol. So, he decided to invent a tool to always keep track of ... Oh, who am I kidding? We don't really have a history for this item. Sorry!
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The pollaxe (or polaxe, or poleaxe) became popular in the 14th and 15th centuries, during the golden age of plate mail. Armor became so strong during this time that it became really, really difficult to actually kill anyone (well, anyone of importance, right?). So the polaxe was created. A long shaft, crowned with a steel head that featured an axe-blade on one side and a spike or hammer-head on the other. And usually with another spike at the top, just to make it deadly from any angle.