Garth and the Visitor
"How sorry he must have been," murmured Garth with sudden insight, "when the job was finally done."
* * * * *
Wandering through the museum, they came at last to a room filled with small hand tools.
"I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like them," said Garth.
"Those are weapons," answered The Visitor. "They are missile-throwing short-range weapons, and they are in tip-top working order. You just have to point the end with the hole in it at anything you want to kill, and pull that little lever there on the bottom. And quite a mess of things they can make, too, let me tell you."
"They seem very inef