This reminds me of something. Long, long ago I was setting up a 3 gun course for somebody. We had to try it out beforehand, of course.
Me and two other friends. One guy was having trouble with his AR parts gun consistant enough that he eventually overheated. Him, not the rifle. He rolled into the last position well behind in both time and points due to the malfunctioning rifle.
As he finally finished he jumped up, charged over and began butt stroking the targets in his lane that were still standing. I was awestruck! He would no doubt have bayonetted the targets if he was so equipped.
I laughed so hard I had tears in my eyes.
The two of them got back at me for my attitude by bombarding me with grenades while i was in the prone position on my next run through, right after the bridge, behind cover. ( just m80's, but damned if it wasn't unpleasant) and so much smoke we couldn't see the next line of targets. We had to wait for the breeze to clear it.
That guy was one hard charging TV cameraman!
No doubt this pistol bayonet would be right up his alley. Joe
"A Mastiff is to a dog what a Lion is to a housecat. He stands alone and all others sink before him. His courage does not exceed temper and generosity, and in attachment he equals the kindest of his race" Cynographia Britannic 1800
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