The Bayonet was made in the 17th century in Bayonne, France. It was highly popular in Britain, and The Bayonet became a popular tool in combat. After WW1, the weapon started to Wane due to the popularity of rapid-fire weapons. To this day, the Bayonet is still used in combat in the Marines.
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Origin: The Real World
Age: First used in the 17th century. Remains used to this day.
Classification: Knife, Sword, Gun attachment
Wielders: Various British Soldiers, Military Soldiers, and other forces.
Speed: Varies. It depends upon the wielder.
Durability: Street level
Range: Standard melee range. Extended melee range when mounted on a gun
Weaknesses: None noticeable