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Capturing and Entangling Weapon?
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Admiralty Islands Africa amongst ancient Andaman Islands animals appliances armour arrow-heads arrows Asia Assam attached Australia bamboo barbs birds blade blow-tube bolas bone boomerang Borneo breech-loader British Bronze Age Bushmen Caledonia capturing carved Centre-Case century civilised composite bow cord crossbow curved cutting weapons daggers darts discharged edge employed Eskimo Europe examples exhibited feathers fish foreshaft free bow Gilbert Islands grip Guinea hand harpoon head helmet horn hunting India iron Islands ivory killing knives knobbed knobkerrie lasso later length loose-shaft mace Malay Peninsula man-catcher Maori Melanesia metal Missile Clubs Museum native North notch Oceania Pacific patu pellet-bow perforated piece plate poison races regions rifle self-bow shaft short shown sinew sinew-backed sling socket Solomon Islands sometimes South America spear spear-heads spear-thrower specimens spikes stave steel stick Stone Age string sword sword-knives thong thrower thrown tribes tube uncivilised usually weapons of offence whilst wood wooden