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Blowguns – Product Reviews

Blowguns are as old as the hills-maybe older. No one is really sure where they came from. Some historians claim they originated in second century Rome or China while others claim even earlier like the stone age. It was invented for hunting and has been used as such for centuries. Today they are more for sport and paintball.

They are made out of a hollow skinny lightweight metal, plastic or wooden tube. Blow air into one end of the gun and a small dart or other projectile comes out the other end at amazingly great speeds. It is limited only by the user’s respiratory muscles.

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The dart is sometimes tipped in poison to stun animals. Before darts blow guns fired pellets made from small stones.

Blowguns – Product Reviews

The longer the blowgun the greater the range and speed but the harder it is to hold for extended periods.

There are 18, 24, 36, 48, 60 and 72inch models available.

A style of the blowgun used in Japan called the ‘fukiya’ has been used by Ninjas for along time.

Blow gun lengths usually vary depending on several factor including the amount of air flow needed to fire a dart effectively. If the user has very strong lungs and a long blow gun it is possible to shoot a dart several inches into a wooden target.

These blowguns are “.40 caliber and precision manufactured with seamless T-6061 aircraft aluminum tubing and guaranteed for life. This is no toy. With all the new improvements, you can expect ranges over 250 feet and muzzle velocities as high as 350 feet per second or more!”

You get 12 target darts, mouthpiece, muzzle guard, foam grip and a dart quiver with each blowgun.

Transform your blowgun into a semi-automatic fun paintball delivery system by adding a “splatmatic” accessory. “Remove the blowgun mouthpiece and attach the splatmatic to the tube. You can load up to 20 paintballs into the tube supplied with the splatmatic. Every time you press the button, one paintball will load into the barrel.”

Want some competitive fun? Join or start a team or league to compete. Anyone can throw darts. Can you shoot darts with a blowgun accurately from 100 feet or more? Well can you? Or how about a paintball competition with blowguns for a new twist on paintball and a great change of pace?

Blowguns are illegal in California. Check with your local police department before buying one.

Blowguns – Product Reviews

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