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Posted on 04/01/2013 3:40:29 PM PDT by papineau
April fools from Luckygunner.com
Anti drone rounds from Luckygunner
You’re behind the curve. See here:
Big Brother is watching, and with modern technology, if Big Brother can see it, he can turn it into a giant smoking crater with just the press of a button. Even your secret remote wilderness bunker is no match for todays military drones. In partnership with Tacnition Ammo, Lucky Gunner is happy to introduce a new way for you to fight back against the All Seeing Eye with our new anti-drone shotgun loads.
Years of research and development have gone into these highly effective 12 gauge shells that can turn even Joe Bidens double barrel shotgun into an instant anti-aircraft platform. Specially formulated propellant is capable of launching 9 pellets of depleted uranium rounds up to 1 km straight up into the air. With accurate shot placement, this armor piercing buckshot will disable vital systems on modern military drones. At minimum, the force of impact will disable navigation systems, but in over 60% of our field tests, the drones were incapable of remaining airborne after contact with our Anti-Drone Loads.
NOTE: Drone Loads are intended for entertainment use only and not intended to be used in any manner not in accordance with federal and local laws. Lucky Gunner assumes no responsibility for any illegal activity involving Tacnition Drone Ammo.
Bullet Weight 1-3/8 oz
Bullet Type Depleted Uranium Buckshot
Ammo Casing Not Applicable
Ammo Caliber 12 Gauge
Manufacturer SKU 4-1-2013
Primer Type Not Applicable
Shell Length 3”
Muzzle Velocity (fps) No
Muzzle Energy (ft lbs) No
Cost Per Round $3.55 per round
I almost chose that as a Free Republic handle.
Better to be humble than lucky? :)
These look like fun.
Light ‘em Up!
I am not sure if I would even try those at the river LOL
Safer than tracers I suppose.
Excellent. We need something to get around California’s impending lead ban...
Thanks for the link. Fun, interesting, informative.
There are a lot of interesting specialty rounds.
Im kinda surprised these guys decided to showcase it in the woods with the ground covered in leaves.
They must have been wet leaves.
Good film work and good technical explanation.
I’ll have to consult with legal; there are so many infringements and copies.
Like the rest of Luckygunner’s inventory, these rounds are non-existant.