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I felt totally different walking down the hall with the blowgun in my hand.
In all three cases, the teen boys found instructions online on how to make the blowgun darts.
This introductory guide by Marinas, author of Arnis de Mano and The Art of Throwing, provides blowgun beginners with all the information needed to become proficient blowgun marksmen.
Beside this, in the night house where animals stay, that is being disinfected by blowgun fire.
More than 100 Cherokee, Creek, Choctaw, Chickasaw and Seminole artists, dancers and storytellers will participate in crafts demonstrations, traditional dance, stickball game demonstrations, archery and blowgun competitions, a living history encampment and an art show competition.
A dangerously toxic new frog (Phyllobates) used by Embera Indians of Western Colombia, with discussion of blowgun fabrication and dart poisoning.
There are guns disguised as beepers and cell phones, plastic knives shaped like credit cards, stun guns in the form of pens and flashlights, even blowgun flutes and condom garrotes.
Highland hunters--and this says much for their blowgun skills because of the quetzal's lightning speed--stunned them, plucked the long feathers, and then released them.
Steve Saint, who began living with the Waodani at age nine, was taken under the wing of a powerful man named Mincaye, who taught the youngster hunting with a spear and blowgun.
This one-of-a-kind event offers traditional Indian dancing; World Series stickball; and blowgun, bow and arrow, and drum-beating contests at the reservation off Highway 16.
I bought my first blowgun back in 1966 as a teenager.
The frog is found only in the rainforests of the Chaco region of west Colombia, where native tribes use its toxin for their blowgun darts when hunting.