List of Premodern Combat Weapons - Ranged Weapons - Bows - Crossbows


  • Arbalest, Arblast (European)
  • Bullet Bow, English bullet bow, pellet crossbow (European)
  • Crossbow, small crossbow (European, Chinese)
  • Gastraphetes (Mediterranean)
  • German stone bow (European)
  • Pistol crossbow (subcategory)
  • Repeating crossbow, Chu-ko-nu, Zhuge Nu (Chinese)
  • Sk√•ne lockbow (European)

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