Encyclopedia of historical weapons - Estoc

Called tuck in English. Long, pointed and rigid longsword with a triangular or square blade, which was quite blunt. Made for thrusting into plate- armor. Held with two hands, while the second hand was usually gripping the blade.

Encyclopedia of historical weapons

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Broadsword
Term usually stands for Medieval swords which is, in fact, wrong. This misnomer comes from Victorian collectors of the early 19th century.
Black Bill
See Bill.
Pollaxe
(The preferred spelling to polaxe or poleaxe). A knightly staff weapon, its head being an axehead, usually balanced by a fluke or…
Fletching
Feathers fastened onto the back of an arrow to help it fly straight.
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