Hatchet-at-arms, in use in Europe in the sixteenth century. The name is an abbreviation of dark men-at-arms, especially because it worked by professional warriors who fought on horseback. The complex consists of an ax head to hit the cutting, from a pen to take blows from a blunt and pointed to nag central lunges. Head of forged iron and handmade. Even the immanicatura, wood, is handcrafted. Browning, finally, gives a worn look to dark and realistic. Total length 120 cm. Head width 28 cm, weight 2300 gr.