Google's Drones Could be Nothing but a Perfect Target

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  1. dgstorm

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    Bubba might want to pack a lunch. If he's out there hunting drones, he could be waiting a while.

    But seriously, seems you'd have to be prepared & know one is coming before bagging one of those birds
     
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    The trick is shooting it down without damaging the merchandise - don't want to ruin your prize!
     
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    Or if you get a high-tech redneck ..he'll modify a radio on the 2 and 3 meter bands. He'll key up and drop any near by depending on his antenna lay out and his linear amp power..and he could mount that all in his old truck with an antenna matcher to change frequencies on the run..

    Juat like channel 11 on a cb will screw with 27mhz radio controls..this will screw with all remote controls..excluding satellite..(depending on power and antenna matcher capabilities.)
     
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