No, spears and blowpipes, through which they send poisoned arrows.
The same designs are repeated on the ear-rings, blowpipes and quivers.
What do you think of this as a new thing in blowpipes, Greenoak?
It reeks of new paint and varnish and furniture-polish and the plumbers' blowpipes.
I'm down on doctors, then, Twist; but what do you say to Blowpipes?
The chief articles manufactured by them are cotton goods and blowpipes.
Many of the Filipinos are very good shots with their blowpipes, and Vic possessed one.
This needle had been, he said, the tip of one of the arrows used for their blowpipes, by the Macoushi of Guiana.
"I fancy that further practice with blowpipes will be at a discount on Rainbow Island," he cried cheerfully.
Blowpipes, whose light arrows surely and silently bring down birds at a hundred feet and over, are in great favor with the youth.