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Old 04-11-2013, 06:54 PM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

3 square inches of hunter orange will be required to be worn below the waist and steel shot will not be allowed. That's what I heard anyway.
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Old 04-21-2013, 03:16 PM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

Oh i hope they follow me! How fun! I could show them some dead mutts! I believe my only problem would be getting bucked off when they come in for the close up view!
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Old 04-21-2013, 03:50 PM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

Just hook up a 72mhz generator to a 100 watt amp and some wire. No more drone problem.

A stout electric fencer hooked up right to a "fence" will knock one down, know what your doing and it wouldn't be difficult with some better equipment.

While it would be illegal to operate the transmitter the drone people would also be breaking several laws about operation of aerial vehicles and harassing hunters and or game animals. The laws if enforced would keep them off the streets and broke for a while. They wouldn't do it again unless they were very, very , stupid.




BTW, just to make sure every one knows. It is a Federal felony to shoot at any aerial vehicle, drone, model, etc. One guy decided to shoot at a model airplane here and found out that it wasn't a very good idea. Also, you do not own or control the airspace over your property. That info may help someone stay out of trouble sometime.
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Old 04-21-2013, 04:51 PM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

Here in Pa. we have several laws to stop Harresment of Hunters and Game
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Old 04-21-2013, 08:06 PM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

I have no intention of shooting them, but thanks for the heads up! I would just love to test the pilot in these mountains! I really doubt that these clowns would fly around my country, but if we have a peeper I will be on the Yellowstone park northern boundary on Sept. 15, between Cottonwood creek and Hell Roaring Creek
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Old 04-22-2013, 07:31 AM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

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BTW, just to make sure every one knows. It is a Federal felony to shoot at any aerial vehicle, drone, model, etc. One guy decided to shoot at a model airplane here and found out that it wasn't a very good idea. Also, you do not own or control the airspace over your property. That info may help someone stay out of trouble sometime.
Just repeat after me, "I was in total fear for my life. I thought that thug Obama put me on his kill list for making fun of his jug ears."

Here's a little inspiration (fast forward to the 2 minute mark for the RC fun):
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Old 04-22-2013, 08:51 AM
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Re: PETA plans to fly drones to stalk hunters

Wow, that was cool!!

I have a couple combat gremlins, I might have to try that!!!

Those coroplast planes looked like they took quite a bit of punishment before they went down!!
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