"Trader Point"

Metal arrowheads were once called trader points because the Indians used to trade beads and animal skins for guns.  Many times they were stuck with guns and no ammunition.  It was in their nature to find a use for everything, so they learned to fashion arrowheads out of the gun barrels.

   

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