maahe arrow; maahötse arrows (woman's voice)
ma'aatánó'e rifle; gun
ma'xema'aatánó'e high-powered rifle (e.g. 30-06)
néxâhtsenávó'e double-barrel shotgun
no'kâhtsenávó'e single-barrel shotgun (30-30?)
vé'ho'emaahe bullet; vé'ho'emaahotse bullets
Éamóho. He shot him.
Éane'emâsóho. He shot him down (e.g. shot a duck out of the air, or an animal off a cliff).
Éémôhóne. He's hunting. (woman's voice)
Éhéškemâsóho. He nicked him.
Ého'o'xe. He arrived with game on his back.
Énése'neva. He's hunting for small game (e.g. rabbits, birds).
Énôhtseno'e. He stalked.
Énôhtsenotóho. He stalked him.
Éo'ha'emâsóho. He missed him.
Éoné'ame. He's target practicing/sighting in his gun.
Étó'omemâsóho. He shot him dead.