Bill - Tools and Weapons

Tools and Weapons

  • Bill (weapon), a weapon similar to a halberd
  • Billhook, a long-handled saw (sometimes weapon) with a curved blade
  • BILL Anti-tank guided weapon, a Swedish anti-tank weapon
  • BILL 2 Anti-tank guided weapon, a Swedish anti-tank weapon

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