The Hawkeye Bow and Arrows are a pair of specialized tools used by the previous S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent and Avenger Hawkeye Serving as his main weapons, Barton wears a unique, folded recurve bow, along with a mechanized quiver that stores and unfolds his trick arrows.
When a foreign object crashed in the New Mexico desert, Hawkeye was sent to act as support in S.H.I.E.L.D. the mission of the agent Phil Coulson When the owner of the object, Thor broke into the base camp of S.H.I.E.L.D. To retrieve the object, his hammer Mjolnir, Barton was ordered to act as an aerial sniper, first considering a sniper rifle before grabbing a bow composed of a weapons room at the base in place. However, Barton was not ordered to shoot Thor, as Coulson wanted to see what relationship Thor had to the hammer.
Controlled by Loki
Hawkeye later used his personal bow and several of his arrows in a series of operations to gather materials to further help Loki’s plans after being brainwashed by Loki to work against S.H.I.E.L.D. One of these missions was an operation to steal Iridium in Stuttgart, Germany in order to help build a machine to take advantage of the energy of the Tesseract.
Hawkeye shoots the controls of the Helicarrier
When Loki was captured by S.H.I.E.L.D. and the recently formed Avengers, Hawkeye conducted an undercover attack on the S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier, during which he made use of his special trick arrows. While approaching in a stolen Quinjet, Barton first fired an explosive arrow that disabled one of the aircraft’s massive fans, pushing him into a forced decent. Once Barton and his small team of mercenaries were aboard the Helicarrier, he headed to the control room where he used another special arrow to shut down the computer systems of the Helicarrier and another of the fans, causing the ship to plummet from heaven .
Hawkeye shoots Loki out of the sky
After being released from the mind-control imposed by Loki, Hawkeye recovered his recurved bow and his special automated quiver and fought as a member of the Avengers to repel the Chitauri invasion of New York. During the battle, Barton used a wide range of trick arrows on the invading Chitauri soldiers, including several standard arrows and explosives, an arrow that fired multiple secondary projectiles, an arrow that could melt through the metal, as well as an explosive arrow delayed against Loki After running out of arrows, he retrieved an arrow shaft from a nearby fallen Chitauri and used his last arrowhead to make a hook to escape from the building in which it is placed. 
Hawkeye fights Wolfgang von Strucker
Hawkeye then uses his bow and arrow during the capture of the HYDRA fortress in Sokovia to recover the scepter of Wolfgang von Strucker. But Hawkeye was distracted with Quicksilver as it comes under the fire of one of the bunkers of the hydra, leaving him injured. Later the battles against Ultron, the Scarlet Witch, Quicksilver and the soldiers of Ulysses Klaue. It also uses the standard arrow and pulse against Ulysses Klaue’s soldiers. The Arrow Taser is used to incapacitate Scarlet Witch, he and Iron Man leaving the only people who can not hypnotize by Scarlet Witch.
During the Battle of Sokovia, he uses his arrows to defeat the Ultron sentinels in order to save the town of Sokovia
Hawkeye briefly used his bow and arrow, when he went to rescue Wanda Maximoff at the Avengers Center. He used one of the arrows to create an explosion. He then fired two symmetrical arrows at each other so that when the vision passed, they would release an electric shock to him. When Hawkeye was fighting Vision, Hawkeye fired several arrows at him, which he will progressively suppress through. Hawkeye would use his bow and arrow again when he returned to fight in the Civil War Avengers, fighting on the side of Captain America during the Avengers’ clash. Hawkeye fired his first arrow to free the hands of Captain America, who had been restricted by the Web Spider-Man shooters. Upon being cornered by Iron Man, Hawkeye distracted him by purposely missing arrow shots, allowing the Scarlet Witch to drop cars from above on top of the iron man, temporarily immobilizing him. When the two teams met in a state of total war, Hawkeye fired an explosive arrow into the shoulder of the XLVI mark, not hurting the armor.
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