an equivalent tool, generally of tin, used by men for discharging paper wads also light missiles.
a lengthy wrought iron pipe, regarding end which the workman gathers a quantity of “metal” (melted glass), and whereby he blows to grow or profile it; -- labeled as additionally blowing tube, and blowpipe.
A hollow iron rod, from 5 to 6 foot long, by blowing whereby a glass-blower expands the semi-fluid material collected on its additional end while shaping it from the marver.
just like blow-gun.
a tube that directs air or fuel into a flame to focus temperature
a tube through which darts may be shot by blowing
a tube by which darts can be shot by blowing
a tube that directs air or gas into a flame to focus temperature