Mainwethering of the Time Patrol might seem like a parody except that it is possible to meet guys exactly like him.
SM Stirling's Sir Nigel Loring does not disappoint. His man, John Hordle, disposes of twenty enemy by shooting four arrows:
one arrow kills a sentry in a tree;
two more arrows in quick succession pin the body to the tree so that it does not fall and warn the man's comrades;
one arrow into a hippo calf drives the hippo herd into a frenzy so that the nineteen men in their nearby punts shoot arrows at the hippos which then attack them.
"'That was inspired, Hordle,'" says Sir Nigel, shaking his hand.
-SM Stirling, The Protector's War (New York, 2006), Chapter Five, p. 146.