10 Extremely Deadly Weapons That Are Now Obsolete

SMS Seeadler

The SMS Seeadler was built in 1888, and was a three-mast sailing ship originally designed as a transport vessel. The ship held two 105 mm guns on the deck and a diesel engine after the German forces took it over during World War 1 and 2.


Zulu Ikwla

The Zulu Ikwla was a shortened version of the assegai, the main weapon of the tribe’s warriors. In the hands of a trained warrior, it was a deadly weapon. Oddly enough, it was named after the sound that occurs after being removed from an enemy’s body.

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