Cap used by Polish-Lithuanian Uhlans Regiment in 1912 (with large Lithuanian Coat-of-arms - "Pogon" in the front. This real size cap was made based on an original from Polish National Military Museum in Warsaw.
The flail was an early agricultural implement that was used to separate grain. However, it was soon discovered that it was also excellent tool for battle and war. This single spiked ball flail has a massive 2" ball with a total of 10 spikes measuring 3/4" each. Fully extended, this weapon reaches 38 inches. Width of ball including spikes is 3.25 inches. The wooden handle has metal at each tip, and also a metal strap in the center.
When not in combat wearing a helmet, infantry units wore this cap for sleek camouflage. These hats also kept the infantry units warm with it's double thickness layers. The front of the hat have a Polish army eagle insignia. Inner layer is equipped with a leather strap. Size 6 and 7 (55-57 European), or used are available.