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Discussion in 'Phantom 2 Vision + Discussion' started by Fritz, Aug 2, 2014.
http://www.theverge.com/2014/8/2/596088 ... of-the-sky
Wait for the Drone Hunter Hunter.
Bad move on the part of Silencerco. This can convince crazies that they are justified in doing this. At the very least, they will be facing a lawsuit for the value of the Phantom, a possible criminal prosecution for violation of any state or local laws, and a police seizure of the firearm and registered suppressor.
Johnny DroneHunter driving around with his suppressed & loaded shotgun sitting on the back seat?
I hope folks fearing privacy over our little cameras never wake up and learn how NSA is listening in on their calls, reading their texts & emails, logging their financial transactions, and tracking their location... :roll:
You might want to target the REAL privacy killer, Johnny...
Glad I don't fly a drone. I fly a UAS "Unmanned Aerial System".
They must of blown away $20,000 in phantoms for that video. How many shotgun silencers would that buy?
This has brought retardation to a whole new level. I can't imagine anyone would buy one, but then I know I'm wrong.
Haha! I'll bet somebody had lots of fun loading the drones with explosives and triggering those explosives! Back in 1963 my cousin and I did the same thing (but with firecrackers) with some model cars of his out in Yosemite. We had a great time blowing them up!
Why do you need a silencer to shoot drones?
A similar incident happened to my nephew, who was only 4 years old at the time, while attending the 2011 fireworks display in Baltimore. Walking down the street when he suddenly fell and began crying. The bullet is still lodged in his leg.
It's hard to believe that it has to be explained to an adult that what goes up, must come down. I really want to believe that most people if they understood what they were doing by firing in the air, and it could cause someone injury or death, would not do it, but I'm really on the fence. The truth is this forum has taught me that there are some people who just really don't care.
I'm sorry for your nephew Dirtybird, that's a hell of a thing for a kid to go through.
Well, I bet DJI was happy with all those purchases!
Until they are sent in for warranty service ;-)
They just fell out of the sky!
That shotgun suppressor costs about as much as a Phantom 2 Vision Plus. Their .22 rimfire suppressors cost about as much as a Phantom FC40.
And those prices don't include the $200 federal tax stamp.
A local Amish girl, driving the buggy home, was killed under similar circumstances.
http://www.the-daily-record.com/local%2 ... illed-girl
Jeff Cooper's Rule No. 4: Identify your target, and what is behind it.