How does a BB gun work? - OK, so you've bought the gun and spent the last 30 minutes blowing out the windows of the house across the street (that'll teach him for letting his dog bark all night). Your thoughts meander away from your tiresome foe and you wonder 'how does this thing actually work?' Well, now you can find out via the power of the internet. History of the Ninja - All you need to know about the origins of the Ninja, weapons used, myths and legends, that type of thing. Most definitely not anything related to mutant turtles who were found in a sewer and raised by an honorable ninja master named Splinter, who just so happened to be a rat - what was that 80's kids tv programme all about! Bushido history - Bushido is briefly summarized as “a model, a discipline and a moral in Samurai society in Japan”. Seven codes of Bushido - Ever wanted to find out what those Japanese symbols are on your bokken/sword/katana, well now you can! Who is the Bowie knife named after? - Well, rest assured it was not named after that cross dressing weirdo singer. Click on the link to find out more info. UK knife crime debate - Interesting debate from the Guardian newspaper. It seems that toothbrushes and toothpicks are next on the Governments 'to ban' list. Shuriken-do - Read all about martial arts knife throwing. Axe throwing - All you will ever need or want to know about the correct way to lob an axe. History of medieval weapons in Europe - Great BBC info page detailing mans long relationship with weapons. Nunchucks - Loads of information from Wikipedia. Survivalist guide - Clearly that Nostradamus chap was a bit out on his Doomsday scaremongerings, but it can't help to know how to catch a fish with your bare hands! After all, if a lumbering bear can do it, it should a doddle for us humans. History of the samurai sword - Brief webpage detailing the development of the samurai sword in Japan. Daggers - It seems that daggers have acquired a somewhat mixed reputation over the years, mainly due to the number of political assassinations involving them. How flintlock guns work? - If you have ever studied American history, you are sure to have heard about the flintlock. The flintlock mechanism was the first reliable and relatively inexpensive system for firing a gun, and was hugely popular in colonial America. These guns were the staple weapon for over 300 years in America. Check out the link to find out why.