a weapon used in by people in space; a toy handgun of a style imagined to be used by space travellers
A haze like glowing stardust, or the radiance from a comet’s tail, was spread…no doubt the released electrons and the dissipating gases of the space guns and exploding projectiles.
Kendall has just landed beside us—has his space guns trained on us. His men, armed with bomb guns, are swarming around the ship and have made all of Lawler’s men outside prisoners.
We rounded a curve in the companionway and nearly barged into a ray-post unannounced. At the controls of the huge space gun sat a big Angle in the uniform of Sathanas' service.
Children were playing with space guns and space ships and space helmets and space suited dolls for at least fifteen years before there was actual space travel!
The head man nodded to the other invaders and in an instant they had covered the passengers with dangerous looking space guns.
Somehow that rotten little kid was shooting Rackne, killing it with a two-dollar space gun from Kresge’s.
1970’s kids…put on their shiny spacesuits and ‘jaunted’ to other planets and shot (but never killed) aliens with their Woolworths space guns.
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