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A security drone for a mining company ffs

Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Mal_PV2_Ireland, Jun 18, 2014.

  1. Mal_PV2_Ireland

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    We need to get to work on the Anti-Government Drone Drone, to counteract such pesky devils...
     
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    Kids will have fun using it as target practice with stones and slingshots
     
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    I was thinking more along the lines of my Varmit rifle... :D
     
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    The company makes camper conversions and trailers with no record of making multicopter UAVs. Their website has lots of photos of their products but only a very basic computer generated image of their drones. It doesn't look like they have even built a prototype.
    No specs on the company's website except to say it can lift 45kg!!!!
    Particularly no mention of the battery life and to lift 45kg it can't have much room left for batteries.
    I wonder if this thing could get off the ground.

    http://www.desert-wolf.com/dw/products/ ... opter.html
     
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    I've always tried to fly respectful of people and their activities. Now I want to SHOOT THEM! :cool: