I have a question regarding how accurate the crossbow that is often showcased with the Polish Winged Hussars in their battles on here is. The reason I ask this because the picture of the crossbow that those battles often used looks more like a crossbow you would find on like Dungeons and Dragons or some fantasy medieval game and when I try looking for where this picture came from through reverse images, I only find the battles from Deadliest Fiction, making me question how accurate such a weapon really is. I'm also confused as to whether that's a weapon the Winged Hussars would actually use because from a historical standpoint, the Polish Winged Hussars wouldn't use crossbows, let alone ones with the ability to attach a bayonet on it, during their time as they would be using pistols and carbines by this point and not really a crossbow, especially on horseback.
Also, is putting a bayonet on a crossbow even historically accurate? That doesn't seem practical to wield, especially for a cavalry unit like the Winged Hussars.