It has two blades o the side, curving inwards, constructed like the Hook Spear. Copyright Peter Dekker and Philip Tom, - , all rights reserved. Spears of the Qing dynasty. Spearhead is 1 chi 1 cun long. I recalculated the Beijing imperial armorer's ruler from antique arms that were made according to the published regulations. Spearhead is 1 chi long.
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Spears of the Qing dynasty
The wooden shaft is 1 zhang 2 chi and 2 cun long. Made of joined bamboo [strips], lacquered vermillion. Spear 4 to 10 were in use by the all-Chinese "Green Standard Army" which served as internal peace keepers and a backup to the Eight Banners armies in larger conflicts. Shaft is 7 chi long with a circumference of 2 cun 7 fen. Shaft is 1 zhang long with a circumference of 3 cun 7 fen. They are more suited for the armor piercing thrust, and less for the cut, than most varieties of qiang encountered, and may have primarily served as lances. The spearhead is covered with a leather bag, wrapped with birch bark.
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This leaves a full overview of Qing pole arms to another article. It has a bone ferrule at the end. Spear 1 to 3 were in use by the Manchu and Mongol troops of the Eight Banners, an elite front-line arms that were stationed in the capital and a series of garrisons on strategic locations. Overall 1 zhang 1 chi long. Notes Such hook spears can be formidable weapons against shield bearing troops where the hook can be used to pull the shield aside, followed by a thrust. Shaft is 7 chi long with a circumference of 2 cun 7 fen. It has steel edge like a knife inserted in the side, glued into the spear, that is 1 chi 4 cun long and 5 fen wide.
Description:The Valiant Cavalry suggests these were primarily lances issued to horsemen. Left a member of a Qing imperial hunting party with a tiger spear worn through his belt. Spearhead is 9 cun long, with triangular tip and center ridge. Thirdly, Eight Banners spears all have "stoppers" to keep whatever one thrusted the spear in at a distance. It has a red yak hair tassel. It consisted of mostly Han Chinese soldiers, scattered over various towns and garrisons all across the empire. Sharp on top, fat in the middle, reduced at the bottom, like the shape of a willow leaf. Notes Such hook spears can be formidable weapons against shield bearing troops where the hook can be used to pull the shield aside, followed by a thrust. This leaves a full overview of Qing pole arms to another article.
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