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African firm is selling pepper-spray bullet firing drones

Discussion in 'News' started by Flying Cephlopod, Jun 18, 2014.

  1. Flying Cephlopod

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    As these "crowd control" drones become better known, it's understandable how drones would be of concern, especially if the drone is in the wrong hands (such as organized crime, terrorists, the mentally unstable, or just plain morons, imbeciles, and idiots).

    http://www.bbc.com/news/technology-27902634
     
  2. nintendrone64

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    Re: African firm is selling pepper-spray bullet firing drone


    I'm a little scared.
     
  3. Tappits

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    Re: African firm is selling pepper-spray bullet firing drone

    Its not like it would be hard to rig up a handgun holder on the bottom of a quad and a simple system to pull the trigger by remote then you would have a lethal solution to a problem.

    Also remember African people be crazy yo.
     
  4. Flying Cephlopod

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    Re: African firm is selling pepper-spray bullet firing drone

    Things like this in the wrong hands could pose a security and safety threat. However, the same would hold true to a person with any number of types of evil intentions who is otherwise operating any number of legal-to-own and operate (and typically licensed) items, such as motor vehicles, aeroplanes, firearms, mace, etc.

    Heck, the idiot who operates motor vehicles while drunk or gabbing on the cell phone is a bigger threat to public security and safety...for that matter more so than terrorists when you consider the numbers of people killed or injured due to drunk and-or cell phone "driving".