Drone Guns - Someone wants to shoot your drone !!!

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  1. desiringbroom70

    desiringbroom70 New Member

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    I can't believe we are up to this point...

     
  2. Gsxr150

    Gsxr150 Well-Known Member

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    Pretty simple. Don't fly over private property.
     
  3. slr001

    slr001 Well-Known Member

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    Kind of hard to avoid at times.

    Are you implying that a land owner owns the air above his land also? If so, how high altitude wise does his ownership extend?
     
  4. Watty

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    Really? It would have that effect? If the control signal, video feed and GPS reception is blocked, a Phantom will surely just drift away with the wind or worst case, fly about erratically (creating more danger than if it had been left alone.)

    There's also the legality of something blasting out a whole load of possibly prohibited radio frequencies at unlawful power levels.

    Anyone using something like this would probably find themselves in more trouble than the multirotor operator.
     
  5. Gsxr150

    Gsxr150 Well-Known Member

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    My rule is if you drone and get shot down by a drone gun you are flying too low, or you are flying where you shouldn't be.
     
  6. DroningOn

    DroningOn Active Member

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    My house actually sits under one of the departure corridors of the nearest international airport. The 3:05 virgin Atlantic 747 to London is due in an hour. Let me get them on the phone and let them know they can't fly over my private property anymore!
     
  7. stealle

    stealle Well-Known Member

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    This "dronegun" is a good idea to protect airports and government buildings and such. So, long was this is kept out of the hands of private individuals especially with the 2km range is too far for that.
     
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    I thought this one was a spoof when I first saw it, as it reminded me of the gun Serge was punting on Beverly Hills Cop III. But it's a real thing and, man it has an eye watering price....




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  9. makg

    makg Well-Known Member

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    Federal crime to shoot down a federally registered aircraft (which my drones are).
     
  10. HeavensAbove

    HeavensAbove Well-Known Member

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    Federal law doesn't apply here in the U.K., so be careful when entering our airspace!


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