a weapon that fires a physical projectile, in contrast to an energy weapon n.
Alisabeta crouched in the starboard slugthrower turret.
He had been pulling the trigger of his slugthrower all this time, but now the firing pin clicked at last upon an empty firing chamber.
Each had a holstered sidearm: slugthrower, not stunner.
From the confident manner with which she held her long-barreled slugthrower, Mirina guessed that some of the medals were for marksmanship.
The blow struck the joint where the slugthrower was coming up out of its cleaning holster.
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