Blowgun Techniques is a complete introduction to one of the world's oldest weapons. It provides detailed explanations and instructions on all aspects of the blowgun's use—from grips and stances, to targets and trajectories, to how to construct your own blowgun.
While shooting the blowgun may seem effortless, it actually requires not only power, but also intelligence, focus and good technique. This unique combination—simplicity of design yet complexity of technique—has caused the blowgun to undergo a dramatic rise in popularity in the modern world. This popularity makes Blowgun Techniques a timely guide for hunting enthusiasts and those interested in archery-style sports competitions.
Hironori Higuchi Foreword
Amante P. Marinas, Sr. holds black belts in Shorin-Ryu karate and aikido and has been practicing his family's fighting system, Pananandata, since he was eight years old. He has authored ten books including The Art of Throwing.
Includes DVD; over 100 color photos, 16 graphs, and 29 line art illus