Like a surprising amount of historical battlefield weapons, the English Bill or "Bill Hook" owes its origins to agricultural use. This ancient forestry tool was used by peasants to hook creeping vines and hard-to-reach branches, clear foliage and – when necessary – even lop heavy limbs from trees. It didn’t take much imagination to see the fighting applications of this heavy duty tool.
- This ancient forestry tool was used by peasants to hook creeping vines and hard-to-reach branchesbut was eventually saw more and more use in combat.
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