Nope, me neither- some of those poisons are reported to be really "nasty".
Very cool, thanks for posting! I see a lot of similarities between those tools and the ones used by the San over on the other side of the continent. One of the biggest differences is size of course with the San bows and arrows being much smaller scale. Probably something more than parallel adaptation- so possibly an historical connection?? According to Capstick, the San liked to use fencing wire, hammered very thin, for their arrow points. But, they don't use fletching, as the group from Tanzania is shown using. But nonetheless, many subtle similarities in designs and techniques. Those Tanzanians were preparing an herbal poison, possibly alkaloid based. The San commonly use a poisonous subterranean larvae.
Pics of Central Kalahari San arrow point with rawhide below point for securing point to shaft and holding poison coating- very similar to design and method of the Tanzanian group in the video.
I don't know where you're located, but I'd be happy to let you try out my Krieghoff. I'm located in West Tennessee and the local gun club has a skeet layout and is located not far from my farm. We're about five miles from the Kentucky state line and about 100 miles west of Nashville.
I just joined today, I live in Louisiana. I joined mostly because of all of the 35 Whelen discussion as I am now very interested In the 35 Whelen. I have an 1885 Highwall that J.E.S.S. rebored to 35 Whelen