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Rifle with bayonet thrown like a javelin

Rifle with bayonet thrown like a javelin



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I mean certainly there had to be a circumstance at one point where a soldier's only chance was to throw his rifle and somehow ended up winning? my searches have garnered no luck…

edit:for the 150 millionth time this question isn't asking how good of a tactic this would be, just simply asking if it's ever happened and been successful.


15-ish years ago I actually read a book about Korean War with an account of a battle where the Americans were hard-pressed and an American thew his… rifle? carbine? like a spear, actually killing a Chinese soldier. The book MAY have been the classic "This Kind of War" by Fehrenbach… but since I'm not sure, I don't think this answer merits any valuable upvotes. :)


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