I am the guardian of this fortified crossroads trading post.We repel attacks from the Outside with a determination that borders on obsession. This new dawn is but an illusion, we’re prisoners of an eternal nightmare where everything is fighting and tragedy. I spend night and day on the palisade and patrolling around the outpost. We have a few guns left and I hear rumours that some have redeveloped the crossbow. Me? I no longer trust all this technology that has so often betrayed us all. When I need to crush the skulls of zombies, break mutant heads or send the teeth of bandits flying, I have but one allegiance. I devoted myself body and soul to Bertha, a Spanner I ripped from the claws of a zombie 5 years ago. It hasn’t left my side ever since.It is the anchor that keeps me stable in this infernal river that serves us as a poor excuse for existence. The day that she’ll leave me will be the day I fall in combat.
Big Bertha is a remarkably faithful replica of a very large spanner similar to the ones we see in horror flicks where blood, gore and zombie parts fly everywhere. Like our other long weapons of our workshop, Big Bertha features a firm shape that does stands during fights yet remains soft and flexible enough to prevent injuries. Don’t leave it lying; your father-in-law could mistake it for the real thing.
Founded in 2004 in the cold windswept plains of the eastern Canada, Calimacil set out from its inception to become a world-class supplier of high-end LARP and historical re-enactment foam weapons. Our lavishly decorated designs are inspired by the martial lore of history, legends and stories taken directly from the dreamscapes of heroic fantasy. Our products are manufactured by an eager band of artisans made of passionate LARP players, martial arts practitioners and hardcore gamers. Playing is a fundamental part of the company's ethos as it focuses our creative energies and drives us to create new exciting weapons models. best foam weapon to play with.
Behind the security of barbed wire and guards, your group has taken refuge. It’s one of the safest places you’ve lived since the fall of civilization, and it’s given you a little time to recuperate. You set up a workshop and gather some tools.
With your Wrench No. 1, you build the framework for a mechanical suit of armour. You have dreams that one day you’ll be able to walk safely through gunfire in a wearable tank...and you’re just the post-apocalyptic mechanic to figure it out.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless your local game specifically allows hand to hand combat these are for appearance only and should NOT be used for direct physical contact.
The vast wastelands are dangerous, and so you are armed to the teeth. Guns, knives, and even a chainsaw are kept handy should the specific need arise to use them. Your favourite, however, is your Knuckleduster.
The little piece of metal fits so perfectly in your hand that it goes undetected. It’s a dangerous secret you keep from your enemies, and the reason you will survive while others might not.
Dark Moon’s Knuckleduster is a realistic looking knuckle duster designed to be used as a throwing weapon in a post-apocalyptic world. The Knuckleduster is sculpted and handpainted to look like heavy metal and leather, and its 14 cm width fits great in your hand. The grip is created by two large holes, each designed to slide your fingers through.
It is not advised to use this weapon for hand-to-hand combat. Made from coreless durable closed cell foam and finished with a strong latex coating, you can feel confident that this Knuckleduster will provide the safety and appeal you want when crafting your LARP kit.
Knuckledusters are designed to create more damage when punching
A form of knuckle style weapon has been around since ancient times
By the late 19th century, knuckledusters became incorporated into firearms
Almost all LARP weapons are made from a foam that is then covered in a plasticised acrylic-latex paint. If not maintained, this paint eventually dries out and can flake or crack. To avoid, a silicon outer coat is applied to all weapons but is slowly worn off as the weapon strikes other weapons, shields and armour. Maintenance spray ensures your weapons are kept in the best condition possible by reinforcing this silicon layer and keeping the PAX paint underneath it moist and supple. It should be applied after every combat, or at least once a month.
Available in 150ml or 400ml spray packs, and a 250ml pump pack.