The Samburu tribe inhabit Kenya's rugged northern frontier. The warriors of the tribe known as "Lmurran" are particularly impressive, since their flocks and herds are constantly menaced by predators and subject to raids by lawless “Shiftas” (bandits) from Somalia, they seldom venture outside without being thoroughly armed. In fact, no warrior worthy of his name would think of being caught without his spears. With this extraordinary spear, warriors routinely dispatch marauding leopards, lions and even firearm toting bandits at unheard of distances.
The spear head itself is permanently welded to a thick steel shaft and has counter balancing butt spike. This is used as an alternative point for practice throwing, preserving the actual spear blade itself for more serious work. Includes hardwood handle with a double taper connecting the head and spike. The Samburu comes unassembled. All you have to do is fit the blade and butt spike tightly to the handle and attach them with the provided retaining screws. Comes complete with Secure-Ex® sheath.
They can be used at long range, fly straight, have a flat trajectory, hit hard and penetrate deep and take any animal down in North America. All parts are tough 1055 carbon steel. 7' Samburu
spear also available
- Overall Length: 60"
- Blade Length Head: 4"
- Wt: 1 lb / 3.2 oz
Through use if you bend your spear shaft or "shoe" (butt spike), it can be easily straightened in a vise or with a hammer, and the tough hardwood handle of your spear can eventually break, so please be prepared to replace it. View more Cold Steel products