Bec de Faucon is a type of pole weapon that was used mainly in the 14th century as a war hammer or pole arm. Its name is derived from the old french word meaning "Beak of the Falcon", due to its resemblance to the Bird of prey's deadly primary tool of dispatch.
Unlike "Bec de Corbin" which has a flattened head and primarily uses the "beak" as the main point of attack; the hammer face on Bec de Faucon has a pronged design, enhancing its ability to damage, dent and even penetrate plate armour.
It is completely usable for reenactment purposes after proper safetey alterations have been made.
Total Length: 1225mm
Haft Length: 1092mm
Haft Cross Section: 28mm x 18mm
Total head length: 182mm
Hammer Face: 25mm x 21mm
Beak Length: 86mm
Top Spike: 110mm
Side Spike: +/- 48mm
Langet length: 494mm