Friday, March 13, 2009

9. The Man Catcher

The Man Catcher was a medieval European pole weapon that was used up until the 18th century. It was basically a pole with a two-pronged head at the top. It was non-lethal and was used to pull someone from horseback. Usually a royal personage that could then be held for ransom. It was also used to contain violent prisoners.

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