Houndskull Bascinet Helmet
14 ga stainless helmet with bargrill
This is a great combat helmet for any event. It's design is based on classic medieval houndskull bascinet helmet and realized in 14 ga stainless steel. Looks great, fully handmade and hand-polished. Great combat armor. Helmet comes with two visors: historically accurate houndskull plus bargill.
Authentic style padding included as pictured as well as chainmail aventail.
Basic version comes in 2 mm stainless steel with stainless aventail.
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Chin strap with a drawstring and toggle
Chin straps with one buckle (left pictures) and two buckles (right pictures).
Safety disclaimer: Sword-fighting and fencing is a dangerous sport. Fencing, historical fencing, medieval reenactment and martial arts as well as other related types of activity, are inherently connected to a certain risk level of injuries or death. The Company declines all responsibility for any traumas or harm done to oneself or to the third person, along with any material or consequential damage, impaired during the products usage. We admonish that all acts with armour, weapons or their components have to be performed before designated person who is responsible for safety of the particular event and accredited to supervise armour and sport weapon conformance to the event’s standards.
Main characteristics and features:
- 2 mm (14 ga+) stainless steel
- Historically accurate padding and chin strap are included
- Stainless steel aventail
- Two removable visors: bargrill and houndskull
- no padding by request;
- cell foam fabric padding.
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James Sherman 20 of January 2001:
Incredible helmet-a work of art and fully functional!!! Outstanding helmet. Much, much better than picture. Great crafters. Thanks !!ArmStreet team:
Thank you, James!
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Would a padded arming coif be necessary for this helmet?
The helmet has padding already, but you may wear it with arming coif if you wish.
is the pig face visor only available for this helmet only?
Dear Matthew, it is also availbale on the King's Guard bascinet. Please let us know which helmet you would like to have with this visor so we could check with our production team if it is possible.
Could this helmet be made with mild steel on request?
Hi Isaac! Yes, it is possible.
Could I get this without the bargill visor?
Yes, bascinet w/o bargrill visor costs $110 less. Please email us at email@example.com to get the discount.
could the houndskull helm be etched the same way as the helm worn in the picture of the paladin knight armor set?
This helmet cannot be made with Paladin-style etching, sorry.
Can I get this with the visor shown and the removable bargrill visor but without chainmail drape? I have my own riveted chainmail drape. If yes, how much would it cost.
You'll save $80 on stainless aventail.
Hi, This is Necosa Rock again I have another question, pertaningr to the armor I want. I was wondering if this Store — Medieval armor — Medieval Heavy Bascinet Helm Hounskull Armor Sca 14 Ga is one of the helmets I could use to replace the helmet for this suit of armor Store — Medieval armor — Medieval Knight Amor Sca Functional Suit and also... Does the chainmail on the helmet can it go under or over the armor? Thank You Again, Necosa Rock
Change on Hounskull helmet will cost $50 extra.
Aventail can go over and under the cuirass.
what sort of chainmail is the aventail made out of?
Aventail is made of butted rings.
Is this beautiful bascinet based on a specific museum piece or document ?
It's not based on a particular museum piece. Just the classic and most common model of bascinet helmet.
Oh my god. Some one finally made one of these. It looks great!
:) Thank you!