Guapo, blow-gun in hand, was continually peering up among the tree-tops in search of monkeys or other game.
In Borneo the use of the blow-gun is not confined to the Dyaks.
Against such a rush Jud's automatic was as useless as Pinto's blow-gun or Will's throwing-stones.
They go by in a minute, and I take off the last one with my blow-gun.
His words were punctuated by the deadly pop of Pinto's blow-gun.
It is difficult to recognize the use of the blow-gun, but the natives will kill at the distance of 150 feet.
The principle of the blow-gun is, of course, the same as that of the common “pea-shooter.”
"We stay," murmured Joe, while Hen nodded his head and Pinto fitted one of his fatal little arrows into his blow-gun.
The principal hunting weapon used by these Indians is the blow-gun or bodoqueda, known to them as the obidique.
Now and then Guapo brought down a parrot, a macaw, or an aracari, with his blow-gun; but these were only temporary supplies.