New Law Lets the Government Shoot Down Your Drone

Al Swope

Adventurist
Founding Member
#3
I am trying to imagine any agency that could figure out how to shoot down a drone quickly. Maybe they'll have their own kamikaze drones
 

woody

Adventurist
#10
I'd love to see the pile of paper work that would create for the agency shooter:D The emotional stress on the public just seeing a weapon discharge... the humanity!
Paperwork, what paperwork? Take a few down like this and people will start to behave. Snowflakes and spoiled brats don't deserve paperwork!! Obviously a tounge-in-cheek solution
 

TangoBlue

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Senior Staff
Founding Member
#11
Paperwork, what paperwork? Take a few down like this and people will start to behave. Snowflakes and spoiled brats don't deserve paperwork!! Obviously a tounge-in-cheek solution
No, a pragmatic solution from a bygone era.

Today, the aggressor would be taken down by a civil suit like assaulting personal property with an unlicensed assault raptor, or some such nonsense, and then see their life savings wiped out.
 
#14
Paperwork, what paperwork? Take a few down like this and people will start to behave. Snowflakes and spoiled brats don't deserve paperwork!! Obviously a tounge-in-cheek solution
Unfortunately, one snowflake will sue for the cost of his drone and emotional distress, win a multi-million dollar lawsuit and we're right back to where we started. Personally...they are annoying as He!! and in fire areas deserve to be shot down! :wth?
 

woody

Adventurist
#15
I don't see the reason for potential harm to a bird of prey from propellers? Jamming controls electronically seems a safer choice?
 
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