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Ma
An arrow, Omaha.
  
Ma-Ciquacle
Arrow polishers, Omaha.
  
Mahi-Si
An arrow head, Omaha.
  
Majiha
A quiver, Omaha.
  
Majr„, Mijr„t, Qasab
An arrow guide.
  
Makagoya
A hunting arrow, Japan.
  
Makiwara
A straw bundle used as a target, Japan.
  
Maktah
An Indian self bow.
  
Malila
The Veddah bow, Sri Lanka.
  
Malleolus
A fire arrow made of cane or reed.
  
Mande
A bow, Omaha.
  
Manuballista
The Latin for crossbow. See Arbalest.
  
Maru-Ki
A round wooden bow, Japan.
  
Masaqtihi
'Real arrow wood' (Viburnum) used for arrow shafts, Omaha.
  
Mato-Ya, Saso-Ya
Blunt arrows with wooden heads used for target practice, Japan.
  
Matras
A hunting crossbow bolt with a round disc on the head, so as not to damage the pelt.
  
Matt
Straw disk behind the target face.
  
Mawida
A set of arrows, Omaha.
  
Mediterranean Loose
The three fingered loose used by Western archers.
  
Meiteki
A whistling arrow, Japan.
  
Mishen
Russian for a plaited straw archery butt shaped like a skittle pin. Used in an archery contest were the object of the contest is to dislodge the stake with an arrow and drive it the furthest from its original position. See Borsun.
  
Mongolian Loose
The loose used by Asiatic archers where the thumb is hooked around the string.
  
Moriankatu
Arrows of the Veddah, Sri Lanka.
  
Mota
A target, Japan.
  
Mota Ba
A place for target shooting, Japan.
  
Motohazu
The ends of a bow, Japan.
  
Moulinet
The apparatus consisting of tackles and windlass used to span a large crossbow.
  
Munjaneka
Balistas used by the Tartar Ali at the siege of Chitore, late 13th century.
  
Mushettae
A type of crossbow bolt fletched with cardboard, 14th century.
  
Musquet Arrow, Spright
In the early development of firearms wooden arrows were used along side lead shot as missiles.
  
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