When I stumbled upon the Drone Slayer 5000, I was shocked. Seriously shocked, but it was a do-it-yourself, home project. A project completed by one irate individual, not a mass marketed product by any means. Then I learned about the new “Drone Munition” shot shell from Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Inc. (SRSP) and I realized that drone hysteria has reached a new level.
Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Inc. (SRSP) is excited to announce Drone Munition shot shell based defense rounds are now shipping.
The rounds are a 12 gauge 3″ shot shell solution aimed at defending against drone-based privacy concerns and terror!
Drones, or light quad-copters, are one of the best-selling new gadgets on the market, and were among the top new Christmas gifts given in 2014. Stories about drones are hitting the news daily in both positive and negative light. While a great product idea, unfortunately, drones have a tremendous potential for misuse and these misuses have been happening more and more frequently.
In addition to privacy concerns, drones can endanger people with weapons or explosives mounted to them. Recently a man announced and demonstrated in a YouTube video (below) how he had mounted a GLOCK pistol to a drone and devised a system that allowed him to remotely fire it. Drones have also been documented flying dangerously close to commercial aircraft, and the threat is becoming more and more real for them to be used for acts of terrorism.
Drone Munition was created to provide defense against the danger caused when drones are misused. Drone Munition is lead free, safe for the environment and provides a very high quality load that will effectively disable a drone encroaching your property’s airspace. As a side note, the round also makes for a very high end hunting load for ducks, geese or turkeys.
Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Inc. (SRSP) is capitalizing on anti-drone sentiment and using alarmist marketing to sell essentially rebranded shotgun shells originally designed for “high end hunting load for ducks, geese or turkeys.”
After reading through their marketing, I’m still a bit confused. Can someone please explain what the coming “drone apocalypse” is?
Please drone operators, we need to fight the anti-drone sentiment with education. By properly leveraging education, we can avoid potential legislation that could hamper drone innovation industry wide. Get educated by taking a drone college course from a reputable organization like Drone Universities.