I actually have a couple of examples for you: 1) The hand lasers in "The Black Hole." While the beams are clearly visible (annoyingly) there isn't any sort of propagation delay, so all the gun fights look like an incredibly violent round of laser tag (all the more so because the interior sets of USS Cygnus look a lot like a giant laser tag arena). 2) Most of the beam weapons in Babylon 5. While not actually lasers, there's no propagation delay as long as they're firing in beams. Pulses move slower, and I'm not really sure why that is. 3) All of the laser weapons in Ben Bova's "Asteroid Wars" novels, from Lars Fuchs' modified mining laser to the big purpose-built antiship weapons used by the mercenaries. It's harder science fiction than usual, but here again there's the implication that the first clue you have that someone is shooting at you is usually when a big chunk of your ship falls off. And something similar in "The Expanse" when the belters start weaponizing the communication lasers of some of their ships.