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Here's How Weapons Have Changed Over Time

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From the axe to drones, here's a video that shows how weapons have progressed over time.

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In 40,000 BC, the bow and arrow was the weapon of choice.

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Swords were very prominently used in 14,000 BC.

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By AD 672, Greek fire was invented and used in naval battles. The fire would shoot out a cannon and continue burning while floating on water.

WILD.
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WILD.

Skipping ahead to the 14th century, the halberd became a thing. It is a two-handed weapon that could do some serious, violent damage to the enemy.

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In AD 1411, this fancy thing called a matchlock was made. It was the first invention to facilitate the firing of a hand-held firearm.

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Nowadays, the weapons are more technologically based. For instance, cyber warfare — which SUCKS for your computers.

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In addition, drones are widely used today among enemies. These bad boys are unmanned and can fly into dangerous situations without risking human life

Watch the video to see even more weapons!
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Watch the video to see even more weapons!

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