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  • Todd Hoff

    Maybe I've been spoiled by mythbusters, but shouldn't you put some sort of simulated brain or sensor inside the helmet to characterize the force?

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  • Amazing Nature Relaxation Therapy

    Very cool stuff. Love this living history stuff, and with two kids into D & D, this is especially interesting. I'm surprised they didn't mention the damage done by the impact waves through soft tissues.-Henry

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  • Serious Thought

    I had a Gotrek and Felix joke in here but forgot it lol

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  • TheComicalCanadian

    awesome content bro

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  • Jason T Stevens

    Tell Trump to send those out to every adult in America too!👍😁

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  • Andrew Quilpa

    Summon the Elector Counts!

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  • TheComicalCanadian

    great content it was really good

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  • TheComicalCanadian

    amazing video keep up the amazing work

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  • Tony Montana

    Cant believe people used to get hit by this in their heads 😩

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  • Randy Green

    It's still a formidable weapon today.

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  • naga surya

    Quite a dimple… How can u day that so simple… 🙄

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  • blue diamond gem

    Meh

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  • jack sparrow

    what about the other side of that hammer

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  • Nokomarie

    Hey, I've got one of those!

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  • Alberto Portugal

    I was expecting more self defense from the lifeless armor, really

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  • Sujay Sannyamath

    Robert Baratheon would be proud

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  • [Velvet Lavender] kittyrinaV

    Front: ow
    Back: oof
    Tip: AAAAAAAAH!

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  • Akylman 888

    Ok, that was random recommendation

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  • why

    Roran used to go crazy with a hammer

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  • Selanium

    A lot. Having used them myself and doing period re-enactments. They are a must in a zombie apocalypse 👍

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  • Feeber Izer

    Answer: a lot! Ow….

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  • Scott Ouellette

    Give me a stick of dynamite or some C-4.

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  • e bai

    In football we had helmet straps that would clip on with metal on the ends. These straps were long enough to hit other helmets. The metal was only a few inches long, but it was enough to make the loudest of sounds vibrating through the helmet. We would dread when it happened. Imagine the sound metal on metal at full force from the warhammer to the helmet. That sound alone could send a man shaken, rattled, and discombobulated.

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  • chefjayson1979

    Ouch 🤕

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  • Prénom Nom

    Do you really need experts to get to this conclusion?

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  • ItchyPilauBoto808

    Barley makes a dent.. Although I do know that there will be some sort of trauma..

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  • Tshr

    So this is what Robert Baratheon's fighting style actually look like.

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  • LT. Surge

    This video was sponsored by Warhammer 40K

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  • eliana jzz

    Bonk

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  • Jef Koelewijn

    I'd like to own a medieval war hammer

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  • BrighT L0rd

    More than ptsd

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  • SlickCookie

    bonk

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  • Suzette Henderson

    So how many head blows before chronic traumatic encephalopathy?

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  • Andrew Eden

    What we would call the "one percent" were the only ones who could afford full plate armor. We're talking about the Late Middle Ages here(1300-1500). Many people incorrectly consider impact weapons such as maces and war hammers to be "peasant weapons". However, it turns out that quite the opposite is true. If you possessed a war hammer like that, people would know you were rich, and that you were prepared to fight other wealthy men. Maces and war hammers are specifically armor-defeating weapons, and they were designed for men who could afford armor, and would be fighting armored opponents. They were actually status symbols for the wealthy.

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  • James Elders

    You should watch the video that Jason Kingsley from "Modern History TV" posted about the warhammer !

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  • Kiano Uy

    Play 'Kingdom Come: Deliverance' to find out.

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