Those folks up there go skeeting all the time.
Hmmm..... Why would the city have/need drones? Can they really afford the cost to buy, maintain, and operate them?
It seems like it was only a couple of years ago when we were pleading, “don’t taze me bro”.
The baddest rifle you could get won’t reach a drone, let alone a shotgun.
This is a nice gesture, but I see it run over by big government zealots. The spying is bad enough, it will be the weaponry that is to be feared. Especially as Presidents become accustomed to ridding themselves of their political enemies without the blessing of anyone besides their inner most cabinet.
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Charlottesville, home of the University of Virginia, has the most limp-wristed lefties per square mile in the Commonwealth outside of Northern Virginia.
What are they going to do if a drone flies over—Shoot it down?
Bravo to the home of the Cavaliers!
It’s about time we started to limit the government’s right to bear arms.
I know places where I can order hundreds or even thousands of pumped up green lasers, and affordably so.
Drone operators hate being blinded by ground held lasers. Doesn’t hurt the human but overloads the camera optics.
And another effective measure to use is quite literally something out of the past, tethered barrage balloons. And these balloons have trailing micro netting to snag a drone.
A really good marksman can shoot one down with the right rifle, now some places will have thousands all armed and looking for a drone trophy to mount on the mantle at home.