This military ClipArt gallery offers 22 illustrations of weapons and ammunition for ranged weapons used in military known as archery, such as the bow and crossbow.

"European (15th century) Arrow."-Whitney, 1902

Arrow

"European (15th century) Arrow."-Whitney, 1902

A pointed weapon to be shot from a bow.

Arrow

A pointed weapon to be shot from a bow.

An Indian huning arrow.

Hunting Arrow

An Indian huning arrow.

Chipped flint arrow heads

Arrowheads

Chipped flint arrow heads

A weapon, by means of which an arrow is propelled.

Bow

A weapon, by means of which an arrow is propelled.

A weapon that shoots arrows and is useful for hunting and war.

Bow

A weapon that shoots arrows and is useful for hunting and war.

Sioux Indian bow and arrow with stone point.

Bow and Arrow

Sioux Indian bow and arrow with stone point.

A bow and arrows along side of a blunt weapon.

Bow and Arrows

A bow and arrows along side of a blunt weapon.

An archer using a long bow.

Long Bow

An archer using a long bow.

A bowman. Also the symbol for the zodiac sign Sagittarius.

Bowman (Sagittarius)

A bowman. Also the symbol for the zodiac sign Sagittarius.

"Represents two forms of the bow; the upper, the Scythian or Parthian bow enstrung, agreeing with the form of that now used by the Tartars, the lower, the ordinary bow, like the one mentioned in the text." — Anthon, 1891

Ancient bows

"Represents two forms of the bow; the upper, the Scythian or Parthian bow enstrung, agreeing with the…

A horse-drawn chariot for soldiers, used to break enemy battalions. The wheels are equipped with blades or scythes, affixed to the axletrees. An archer rides next to the driver, taking aim.

A Chariot of Iron

A horse-drawn chariot for soldiers, used to break enemy battalions. The wheels are equipped with blades…

A cross-bow is in effect nothing more nor less than an ordinary bow set crosswise in a butt in shape like an ordinary gunstock.

Cross-Bow

A cross-bow is in effect nothing more nor less than an ordinary bow set crosswise in a butt in shape…

A weapon used in discharging arrows, formed by placing a bow crosswise on a stock.

Cross-bow

A weapon used in discharging arrows, formed by placing a bow crosswise on a stock.

A missive weapon formed by a bow fixed athwart a stock in which there is a groove or barrel to direct the missile, a notch or catch to hold the string when the bow is bent, and a trigger to release it.

French Crossbow

A missive weapon formed by a bow fixed athwart a stock in which there is a groove or barrel to direct…

Crossbowman from the 15th century

Crossbowman

Crossbowman from the 15th century

Egyptian archer with arrow-heads and stone-tipped reed arrow.

Egyptian archer

Egyptian archer with arrow-heads and stone-tipped reed arrow.

"Fire-arrows, 14th and 15th centuries. An arrow formerly used, whether shot from a hand-bow or from an engine, having combustibles attached to it for incendiary purposes." -Whitney, 1911

Fire Arrows of the 14th and 15th Centuries

"Fire-arrows, 14th and 15th centuries. An arrow formerly used, whether shot from a hand-bow or from…

A collection of Native American arrowheads used for making weapons.

Indian Arrowheads

A collection of Native American arrowheads used for making weapons.

A barbed javelin or arrow used in armies or a fish spear.

Pheon

A barbed javelin or arrow used in armies or a fish spear.

A bolt or arrow having a square or four edged head, especially a crossbow bolt.

Quarrel

A bolt or arrow having a square or four edged head, especially a crossbow bolt.

"Scorpio." — Greenough, 1899

Scorpio

"Scorpio." — Greenough, 1899