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Blow Guns and Accessories

Nowadays Blowguns are commonly used in sports and paintball. Originally they were designed for hunting game and as a defence weapon. Over the course of history many cultures from Asia to South America have used blowguns.

What is a Blowgun and how to use them?

Todays blowguns are lightweight, thin, tubs made of metal, plastic, or wood. To operate all one needs is a strong blow of air. Blowing into one end of the tub will send a projectile toward your target at high speed.

What kind of ammo do can be used with Blowguns?

The most common Blowgun ammunition is paintballs and darts. The paintballs are normally .40 caliber. There are different styles of darts. One can use a stun dart, which is made of a blunt steel end and plastic tail wing. Another dart option is the venom or predator steel needle dart. These darts are about 3 to 4 inches long with a plastic wing end. They too come in .40 caliber or .50 caliber.

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Are Blowgun’s good for Hunting?

Many people have had great success hunting small game with blowguns. Animals like rabbits, birds and squirrels are common targets for blowgun hunters. Like any hunting tools or weapons it will take practice to develop skills and accuracy.

Do you need to assemble the ammo?

The steel tips and the plastic wings often come detached. It is very simple to attached the plastic wing tip to the ends of the darts. Some people may refer to the plastic tips as flights, wings, or skirts.  

How to load a Blowgun?

Make sure to keep the Blowgun tilted upward when loading the dart or paintball. There is no need to use a lot of force when loading the ammo. Give the dart or paintball a little push into the barrel and wait to hear or feel a click. Remember that if you tilt the Blowgun down the dart will likely fall out.

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