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According to the creators ZKZM-500, with the contact person of this laser rifle, the pain would be unbearable.

The beams of the weapon can penetrate windows and can burn human skin and tissues.

I didn't think we'd be here already but here's where we are now: we're living in a world where a Chinese firm has the aspirations to arm the country's police forces with the next generation of weapons: an assault rifle that fires lasers that burn clothes and skin at 800m away. "If the fabric is flammable, the whole person will be set on fire".

The gun is to be powered by batteries made of lithium, nearly identical to those seen in smartphones.

It's powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which allows a fully charged weapon to fire 1,000 shots lasting two seconds each.

This laser gun would be a development of the Xian Institute of Optics and Precision Mechanics, which belongs to the Chinese Academy of Sciences.

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Chinese scientists have reportedly developed a new laser weapon with capabilities similar to the blasters used in Star Wars and other science fiction films.

According to the report, the weapon could make a hole through the body if fired long, just like cutting through a surgical knife. "It will look like an accident", another researcher said. Moreover, it can be used in military application. It is reported that the beam rifle, for example, may pass through the tank and ignite the fuel storage. The report mentions that this weapon is now ready for mass production and the first units will likely be given to anti-terrorism squads in the Chinese Armed Police.

An anonymous military source revealed that there have been 20 recorded incidents where US military deployed in the Pacific were targeted by suspected Chinese lasers since September 2017.

"The laser burn will leave a permanent scar", he said. All the incidents took place around the East China Sea. In this incident, US military men were injured.

The researchers said its invisible frequency and the fact that it produces no sound gives the advantage of no one knowing where the attack came from.