The guards prepared their laser weaponry and waited.
Their weapons weren't stunners, the laser weapons capable of incapacitating a horse with one glancing shot.
Elise lowered her laser as Lana blocked her shot and approached the man named Arnie.
Arnie snatched the laser weapon at his hip and shoved it against her temple.
Elise shouted, leaping atop the nearest boulder with her laser aimed at him.
Arnie waved the laser as Brady crept closer.
She had a laser gun, even if she couldn't hit a target two feet in front of her.
Her gaze went to the laser gun he'd tossed a short distance away.
Her gaze moved to the laser gun and then to the familiar man holding it.
Brady looked her over and drew a laser gun.
Stepping onto the ledge outside, Lana heard the sounds of gun and laser fire too close for her comfort, along with the beat of helicopters in the dark skies.
At the first drop of laser missiles, Brady had figured there was one thing that would make the fed jets target the inconsequential town, and it was Lana.
"We heard the laser and cleared everyone out," one of the soldiers answered.
Jim closed the door behind him, and Brady stayed where he was for a long moment, watching the laser strikes.
Brady set his micro to track any laser fire before pulling his mask over his face.
Lana hid between the boulders, gaze glued to the area where the laser missiles dropped.
She'd watched the laser missiles fall around her micro for almost an hour.
Her heart began to beat even faster, and she pulled free the laser gun.
She armed the laser gun and tucked it into the space between her clothing and the small of her back.
The sound of a laser gun jarred her.
Charlie's next laser shot glanced off the top of the rock, searing a hole through it.
"You expect me to believe that after watching the missile attack?" she returned, reaching for the laser gun.
His laser gun lay where he fell.
Lana raised the laser gun, closed her eyes and fired.
Lana obeyed, planting one hand on the laser wound in his side.
In the 1970s, we got MRIs, laser eye surgery, CT scans, and antiviral drugs.
The 1980s brought us a hepatitis B vaccine, artificial skin, DNA sequencing, and laser cataract surgery.