Hack-a-Drone, Shoot a Gun

Hack-a-Drone, Shoot a Gun

As if there isn’t enough controversy about guns and drones, let’s push it a step further and talk about joining the two together. Hogwit, a YouTube user, has figured out a way to strap a handgun to a drone, fly it around a wooded area and fire four shots at a time, each time pushing the done backwards from the kickback.

Hogwit describes his device as a “homemade multiroto with a semiautomatic handgun mounted on it.” And, of course, there’s no question of the real danger this it presents as well as being illegal.

The above video was posted on YouTube on July 10, 2015 with the following note: “The length from the muzzle to the rear of the frame is over 26".

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