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  • As I smashed down onto some sort of bush, a siren went off, with enough volume that it staggered me, but only for a second, and less than the man with the slug-thrower who was a meter away and turning slowly toward me.

    Flash

  • At the sound of the ancient slug-thrower, I dropped flat onto the squashed soyl plants at the edge of the field.

    Flash

  • Between the siren and my unexpected charge, he was slow in bringing the slug-thrower to bear, or slow enough that I was able to take the handgun and break several of his fingers in the process.

    Flash

  • She smiled at him as she lowered the small slug-thrower in right hand.

    Delta Search

  • Nylan, crouching behind the boulder, fumbled the second and last clip into the slug-thrower.

    Fall of Angels

  • As he paused to watch the practice, he noted that Ryba alone wore a slug-thrower, in addition to her twin blades, for the first time in seasons.

    Fall of Angels

  • At Ryba's command, she eased her own slug-thrower out of the holster and onto the flat rock.

    Fall of Angels

  • After a quick wash and shave, with the attendant cuts, a return to the tower, and a change into his other shipsuit, he donned the slug-thrower he hoped he didn't have to use, and the black blade he had infused with black flux order.

    Fall of Angels

  • Nylan lifted the slug-thrower as two horsemen, low in the saddle, swept around the end of the rocks and headed toward them.

    Fall of Angels

  • The shortest marine wiped her forehead, her hand unconsciously touching the slug-thrower at her belt.

    Fall of Angels

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