Wild West Tech did a real neat bit on Indian Tech. I liked the part about the short bow. All credits belong to History Channel
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They should make one with Lenape, I know we used different weapons like the ball headed club, still used bows too, we had wood and moose hide shields and helmets, all kinds of cool stuff
Aaron Ten Bears (Oglala Lakota) is also the drummer for “The Crista Carroll Band”…his grandfather fought along side Crazy Horse, his Uncle was He Dog, best friend of Crazy Horse. A true Lakota heart and a beautiful human being…
@SneakyC9 That’s funny lol
@cottonjeff it’s easy to be strong in your own yard punk come talk shit in mine I can tell you right now you won’t make it cuz unlike you when the shtf?? I’ll make it mount your woman while your hidin behind all the other dumb asses that think you got what it takes truth be told only a dumb ass thinks he’s right all the time
I want a snake skin backed bow! Those are cool.
Ti si lud covijk i previse drkas.
this idian shoots his bow like a little girl
I love how Aaron “ten bears” keeps repeating “we”, like he was right there fighting alongside Crazy Horse back in the 1800′s. Truth is, I’ve probably got more Indian in me than he does. Just looks like every other long haired white dude with a suntan that I see everyday
they used bommerangs
yep, no fiberglass either, that’s what the sinew and horn was for ;D
By the way, “Australians all let us rejoice / for we are young and free! / We’ve golden soil and wealth for toil, / our home is girt by sea. / Our land abounds in nature’s gifts / of beauty rich and rare! / In history’s page at every stage / advance Australia fair!” Yeah, I lived in Australia for a year, but have been back in the states for about a decade. But what I remember about Australia are all good things.
Well, atlatl sounds like a noatl word, so I believe those were Aztec weapons, but the native Aboriginals did have a similar style of spear thrower. They also used a type of non-returning boomerang as a type of thrown club for hunting, but I imagine some tribes had bows, too. Also, I agree with you, I imagine that given the size and power of the muscles in a kangaroo’s rear legs, they would have very large and strong tendons.
so agreed. so agreed.
They developed the American composite bow. Horn and sinew. Not everything is defined by old world standards. This is the New World.
The down fall of these ccool Native vids, alot of wierdos suddenly start braggina bout teir “cherokee/blackfoot” roots or some such non sense and it just gets annoying
Native american were in America before the pure Americans came so they discovered america first
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