Irish Arms Iron Age Darts and Throwing Spears
Original: Circa 5th century BC to 7th century AD

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These spears and javelins represent the throwing weapons found in many different cultures in Europe. The leaf-shaped blades with slight medial ridge are somewhat "generic" for javelins and throwing spears.

These particular spears are EN45 spring steel with a low midridge fading to a strong diamond cross section. They are finished with a natural fire-blued color.
Javelin/dart points:
Overall length: 5.125"
Blade length: 3.5"
Socket length: 1.875"

Small throwing/thrusting spears:
Overall length: 8.875"
Blade length: 5.5"
Socket length: 2.875"

Maker: Irish Arms of Ireland.

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