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  • The bayonette comes in handy if that doesn't stop him. i'm not sure if this story is funny or sad.

    Ten Shots Finally Kill Intruding Black Bear

  • The only thing young men in the 40's wanted to "fit in" was a bayonette into the windpipe of the enemy!

    Joe Johnston’s Captain America Sounds Rather Angst-Ridden; Director Suggests New Jurassic Park Trilogy | /Film

  • Most of these seniors have dodged bullets from Nazis in their lifetimes, fought off Japanese bayonette attacks, and I'm sure some of them have been POW's.

    Archive 2007-09-01

  • Han shot first, but what if Greedo had a Lancer w/chainsaw bayonette attachment …?

    Flixnjoystix.com! » What’s GEARS OF WAR Good For? Kryos Aims To Tell Ya!

  • The Cherokee were forced ... at bayonette point from their lands in Georgia and relocated to a reservation in present-day Oklahoma.

    Hullabaloo

  • Then when the enemy was close enough you raised your rifle out slightly and then with a downward lunge you drive the point of the bayonette deep into the enemy's belly, and then you simply raise the bayonette with an upward motion and then quickly extract it from the now ripped open gut and cock it ready for the next enemy soldier attacking.

    Books

  • In hand-to-hand, you'd cock your rifle back on your hip with your bayonette pointed directly at the oncoming enemy.

    Books

  • These bayonette scars never cease to blind the light shed from the beast when all we do is hate.

    maybmemorys Diary Entry

  • Harker, a rifleman, was stabbed in the side with a bayonette.

    Harker, David N.

  • Subsequent digging unearthed an old rusty bayonette scabbard, and when the EOD mine detector found evidence of further material

    Munoz, David L.

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