Hopi weapons were primarily projectile-type weapons and of a relatively simple design. The Hopi made them from materials that were abundant in their surroundings. Hopi weapons generally consisted of wooden spears, carved rocks, mud, and bows and arrows.
The weapons seem to indicate that the Hopi were more adept at fighting from a distance rather than at hand-to-hand combat. The simple nature of these weapons also seems to indicate that the Hopi did not devote much time or energy to their development or that they were not a priority for the tribe.
Hopi weapons were made from materials that were commonly found in their environment, such as wood, rocks and animal bones. This suggests that the Hopi relied on weapons that could be assembled quickly as the need arose and that they were not concerned with initiating conflict.