bayonet


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a knife that can be fixed to the end of a rifle and used as a weapon

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stab or kill someone with a bayonet

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It was Olson who engaged him, and though unused to the long German rifle and bayonet, he met the bull-rush of the Hun with the cold, cruel precision and science of English bayonet-fighting.
A short point, with just a twist of the bayonet to the left sent the sharp blade over the Englishman's left shoulder.
Plesser carried a rifle with bayonet fixed, that he had snatched from the side of Dietz's corpse.
Thus would I do!" And he lunged his bayonet through von Schoenvorts' chest.
Then a light was flashed into his eyes and a bayonet was rattled at his feet.
It was no man who leaped forward upon that Boche officer, striking aside the sharp bayonet as one might strike aside a straw in a baby's hand--it was a wild beast and the roar of a wild beast was upon those savage lips, for as that strange sense that Tarzan owned in common with the other jungle-bred creatures of his wild domain warned him of the presence behind him and he had whirled to meet the attack, his eyes had seen the corps and regimental insignia upon the other's blouse--it was the same as that worn by the murderers of his wife and his people, by the despoilers of his home and his happiness.
You might also warn them that I may be in the trench and that I do not care to be shot or bayoneted."
Which is worse--the goring of the horse by the bull, or the goring of Colonel Jacinto Fierro by the bayonet in the hands of John Harned!
One man, whom John Harned had thrust through the belly with the bayonet, clutched at himself with both his hands and screamed.
"The squadwon can't pass," shouted Vaska Denisov, showing his white teeth fiercely and spurring his black thoroughbred Arab, which twitched its ears as the bayonets touched it, and snorted, spurting white foam from his bit, tramping the planks of the bridge with his hoofs, and apparently ready to jump over the railings had his rider let him.
The inspector listened attentively; then, turning to the governor, observed, "He will become religious -- he is already more gentle; he is afraid, and retreated before the bayonets -- madmen are not afraid of anything; I made some curious observations on this at Charenton." Then, turning to the prisoner, "What is it you want?" said he.
There was an ominous, clanging overture to the charge when the shafts of the bayonets rattled upon the rifle barrels.
This request was immediately rejected, and the troops were ordered to fix bayonets and advance towards the prisoners, a motion which had the effect of producing obedience on the part of the young men, who forthwith commenced their march.
I like their look with the ventilated hand guard and bayonet lug.