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China Sells A New Laser Gun

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Category: People & Blogs
Description: China Sells A New Laser GunBuilt as a joint venture by the Chinese Academy of Physics Engineering and Jiuyuan Hi Tech Equipment Corporation, and marketed by Poly Technologies, the Low Altitude Guard I first debuted in 2014
Duration: 3 minutes and 12 seconds
Rating: 8/10 - Good
Definition: HD
Published: June 11, 2017

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