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Definition of Blowgun

Blowgun
Blowgun Blow"gun`, n. A tube, as of cane or reed, sometimes twelve feet long, through which an arrow or other projectile may be impelled by the force of the breath. It is a weapon much used by certain Indians of America and the West Indies; -- called also blowpipe, and blowtube. See Sumpitan.

Meaning of Blowgun from wikipedia

- A blowgun (also called a blowpipe or blow tube) is a simple ranged weapon consisting of a long narrow tube for shooting light projectiles such as darts...
- boar/hogs, that are predating or displacing desirable native species Shorter blowguns and smaller bore darts were used for varmint hunting by pre-adolescent...
- A Sumpitan is a combination of spear and blowgun for discharging arrows, which was used by the inhabitants of Borneo and adjacent islands. Webster's 1912...
- Noanamá Chocó and Emberá Chocó of western Colombia dip the tips of their blowgun darts in the poison found on the skin of three species of Phyllobates,...
- propels darts using a sling, and tiny poisoned needles are blown out of a blowgun. In the modern era, darts have been used for recreation; in lawn darts...
- themselves into their own blowguns in order to defend themselves from the circling bats. Hunahpu stuck his head out of his blowgun to see if the sun had risen...
- (pronounced [hunaxˈpu]) is usually understood as Hun-ahpub 'One-Blowgunner', the blowgun characterizing the youthful hero as a hunter of birds.[citation...
- guides to physics. In essence, the problem is as follows: A hunter with a blowgun goes out in the woods to hunt for monkeys and sees one hanging in a tree...
- An Achuar man with a blowgun...
- usually administered by a tranquilliser gun, if in the wild, or sometimes a blowgun if in captivity. Ryeng, K. A.; L****n, S.; Arnemo, J. M. (2002). "Medetomidine-Ketamine...
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