Drone shooting?

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    Long as we're being tongue-in-cheek...

    20 MM ANTIAIRCRAFT GUN - OP 911
    Just the thing for those pesky high-flying UAVs.

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    Pull!!!

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    The rules say it's illegal to operate an R/C plane out of the sight of the operator.
    I doubt seriously that Big Brother cares, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Technically they are not drones, they're UAVs, but anything that will break off a prop blade will cause it to vibrate to pieces.
    Ah........... spoken like an engineer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by StarPD45 View Post
    The rules say it's illegal to operate an R/C plane out of the sight of the operator.
    I doubt seriously that Big Brother cares, though.
    What rules? Have you heard of FPV? And Big Brother does care because of irresponsible FPV'ers who fly and put other aircraft at risk.
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    Oh they care... And it's increasingly popular and easy to do with current technology and cheap electronics prices.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by suntzu View Post
    What rules? Have you heard of FPV? And Big Brother does care because of irresponsible FPV'ers who fly and put other aircraft at risk.
    I'm talking about Big Brother breaking the rules, not us.

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    A private person can do so with the correct equipment and staying out of controlled airspace and be perfectly legal.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    A private person can do so with the correct equipment and staying out of controlled airspace and be perfectly legal.
    I fly FPV. Not so mush now but in NH I had plenty of room and no danger of hitting or crashing into anything. Pretty cool Never got goggles but tried a buddies and it was really cool.
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    Google PETA and drone and "shot down".

    I think the wingshooter was using #8's.
    One less drone for PETA to use, but, they do want the hunters to pay for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Although the premise is admittedly a little silly, I'd imagine any load will do. I wouldn't worry about hitting a prop as any control surface will work just fine.
    Yep.

    Everything on that machine is there because it's necessary.
    Put a hole in much of anything and that bird is going down.

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    I wonder how long it will be before outdoor sporting events need "designated Skeet-ists" defending the perimiter. If you can hang a paintball gun on one, you can mount a 10/22 with a drum mag.
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