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Cold Steel Boar Spear with Secure-Ex Sheath


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  • Blade Length: 18-1/2" (Head)
  • Handle: 71" x 1-2" Premium Ash
  • Overall Length: 82-1/8"
  • Steel: SK-5 Medium Carbom
  • Weight: 68 ounces overall
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Cold Steel Boar Spear with Secure-Ex Sheath + Cold Steel Assegai Long Shaft with Secure-Ex Sheath + Cold Steel Gladius Machete
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Product Description

The Boar Spear is a modern recreation of a design that dates back to the European Renaissance. It is cold forged out of medium carbon SK-5 Steel and, like Cold Steel's other spears, is heat treated to a spring temper. The Boar Spear shaft is made of extra stout premium ash wood.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 73 x 4 x 4.2 inches ; 4.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6.7 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004N0KVTS
  • Item model number: 95BOASK
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #118,371 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

This is a very well made spear.
Amazon Customer
I have yet to get out and use it but I'm sure it will preform well.
Jesse Stoneburner
This spear is well made and will easily kill/wound any thing.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 40 people found the following review helpful By MrCrobos on June 4, 2013
I see a lot of mixed reviews for this spear. First, it is a cold steel stamped steel spear head. Just like their other cheaper weapons, this means high carbon steel, usually painted to resist rust, and a fairly decent edge. IF however you buy this from Amazon for the low price, you should realize you're buying the factory rejects. This could mean a warped blade, pock marked steel, all sorts of things. Now it's a judgment call on your end, but typically a little work with a file and stone and you can get these weapons into fighting shape, but you must understand that something went wrong with the production, so don't expect the quality you'll get when you buy direct from Cold Steel. They gave up on getting it right and sold it to some opportunistic person who's trying to make a profit by offing you a significant discount.

I own a lot of cold steel weapons, some from them directly from them, and some from Amazon for the discount. I've found this to be the case consistently. There's a reason it's $40 cheaper.

That being said, most of the rejects are still worthy of use.

So this spear, assuming you get one of descent quality, is exceptional for it's price. Go to youtube and watch the demonstrations of it, they do everything with a spear you could possibly want to see. Throwing tests, slicing meat tests, stabbing through a car hood tests. It's well designed to reduce the costs for the working man's budget.

The head is easily removed and then it becomes a handy short sword.

Can you buy a better spear? sure, but at this price? No.

Now if you buy this spear from Amazon at the reduced price and you get a good one, awesome. If you get one that's total junk, send it back for an exchange.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Roy R. on May 26, 2013
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I didn't understand. I thought I did but I didn't. Now I own a Cold Steel Boar spear and two Cold Steel Assegai Spears and I bought my son-in-law an Assegai as well. They're an affordable modern execution of an ancient deadly weapon whose memory is burned into our DNA. You won't really get it until you hold one.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Clifford Teapes on March 26, 2014
You will enjoy owning this spearhead if you understand it a little better in advance. This is not a historical reproduction and it is not supposed to be. It is supposed to be an inexpensive serviceable weapon and a tool, and one that the user will not be afraid to use hard… to trash if need be. It is meant to be used, not displayed. Yes, it is made of a rolled stamping, not a forging. This is not apparent in the illustration. The central ridge is stamped in, and is a groove on the reverse side. This is not a bad thing. It adds strength and lightness to the blade, and the groove is potentially a mega blood fuller. The lugs are copied from a historical pattern. They were originally used to parry an opponent's blade in combat, dating back to dark-age Frankish times. These spears were retained for hunting purposes after styles of spear combat changed. That the lugs were there to prevent a boar from running up on the spear and goring the hunter is a misinterpretation. Nevertheless, if given a choice between this one and the Assegai lug-less spear, I'll take this one… just in case. The leaf blade is large and a bit heavy, but it's size and ability to open a wide cut will also lend confidence to the bearer. The piece could be carried as a hiking staff as the Pilgrims and pioneers carried spontoons for wilderness self defense, but considering the sharp and extremely deadly blade the kydex sheath is essential. If hiking is your intention, considering the blade's weight, use a shorter shaft. If hunting is your intention, a longer shaft is better. Ash is strong, but white Chinese waxwood would make a superior shaft if you can find it in an appropriate length.
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16 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Anakim_g on June 4, 2013
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This spear is all you could want and more. Anything in north america is vulnerable to a blade this size, which fyi creates a wound cavity the size of a mans hand and can kill a pig from blood loss and shock alone in about 5 seconds. Its heavy, its not exactly agile but its not meant to be. Its a killer plain and simple. You can actually see it strapped to the trucks of professional pig hunters down here in texas. These guys have AR15's and other firearms but keep it around as a backup and as just an efficient way to down a pig.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Greg L. P. on November 1, 2011
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Well this is actually the 2nd one I have bought and I will note the spear head IS stamped sheet steel and at first I WAS a little disappointed BUT... the quality of the steel is harder than ANYTHING I have worked with (except file steel). A High speed steel and a cobalt bit WOULD NOT drill through the hilt but a carbide dental burr finally did, TOUGH STEEL! This spear IS NOT for spearing trees nor is it for throwing at boxes or plywood or the fence in the back yard! It holds it edge if you use it on Senior Bacon, GOOD product.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Kevin R. Drye on February 17, 2014
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Good thick heavy staff. Needed a little trimming to make the haft fit the spear head all the way and tightly. Nice and wide and thick metal. Very sharp. Could easily kill a boar or repeatedly disembowel an intruder from a distance. Very formidable spear with a very heavy shaft 1 1/2 inch diameter. I give it 6 stars if I could.
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