Laser Rifle

A laser weapon shaped (and fired) like a traditional rifle. (Read the full article)

"Lost in Space had Laser Rifles. A Laser rifle shows up earlier in the tv show "The Outer Limits". Story was by harlen Ellison."
(Penny 1/24/2006 5:47:06 PM )
"An Old Time Radio show on archive.org dated 10/08/1949 had the mad nazi scientist pull out an instrument that looked like a rifle, but was much bulkier. He pointed it at the gate. "Anything in the path of the LASER will be instantly destroyed!" This line is 17 minutes into the show, by my iPod. Check it out. http://www.archive.org/download/Mathew_Slade_Private_Investigator/Mathew_Slade_PI_-_49-10-08_Incredible_Dr_Lintz.mp3"
(timbabwe 7/2/2008 2:29:27 PM )

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