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Hi,

Go for it...be sure to list all your firearms in the PX at smoking deals before you do because you will not be allowed to own them any longer.

Sincerely,
Theis

Look up st James Long Island Ny, last month.
Homes on .5-1 acre of land populated.
Guy saw a drone over his house, hit it a few times with a shotgun.
Wound up being a police drone looking for a lost person, in the sump/wooded area behind his house.
Of course the drone had gps and cameras....arrested.
 
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Dippy

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Nerf football that sucker. They ain’t taking your guns if you beam a nerf football at it.
 

Sean the Nailer

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hand-thrown net with bolo's on it. Is that a viable idea that keeps the "projectile launching device" out of the picture?

Don't get me wrong, I'm perfectly fine with the 40 watt phased-array plasma rifle, when you're on your own property. Trespass IS trespass, right?
 

ArmyJerry

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12 gauge and tell the cops to fuck the fuck off, they shouldn't be searching your property without warrant... walk teh fuck up and ask if they can look in the yard yes but just invading your property, fuck that...
 

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The FAA considers unmanned aircraft of any size to be covered under Title 18 of the United States Code 32, which describes “sabotage to include destruction of any aircraft in the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States.” Violation of this code carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. In other words, it’s illegal to shoot down any aircraft in the U.S., including a drone, according to federal law. And lest you decide that simply jamming or intercepting control of the offending drone might be more your style, know that the FCC considers any form of “jamming” or otherwise interfering with radio transmission to be a violation of the Communications Act of 1934. Between these two federal laws, most anti-drone technology on the market (including net guns and jamming guns) could put you into some legal hot water.
 

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And lest you decide that simply jamming or intercepting control of the offending drone might be more your style, know that the FCC considers any form of “jamming” or otherwise interfering with radio transmission to be a violation of the Communications Act of 1934. Between these two federal laws, most anti-drone technology on the market (including net guns and jamming guns) could put you into some legal hot water.
Good luck getting a conviction on that.
 

2ndamendfan

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The FAA considers unmanned aircraft of any size to be covered under Title 18 of the United States Code 32, which describes “sabotage to include destruction of any aircraft in the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States.” Violation of this code carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. In other words, it’s illegal to shoot down any aircraft in the U.S., including a drone, according to federal law. And lest you decide that simply jamming or intercepting control of the offending drone might be more your style, know that the FCC considers any form of “jamming” or otherwise interfering with radio transmission to be a violation of the Communications Act of 1934. Between these two federal laws, most anti-drone technology on the market (including net guns and jamming guns) could put you into some legal hot water.
You and @THEIS must be the life of the party every where you two go. :p:p:p
 

thejeep

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If someone is peeping give them something worth seeing while you set up... cameras can only see so much
 

Bender

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Hi,
Or is this where we discuss my drone has more firepower than your shotgun or street combined lolol.

Sincerely,
Theis
I never wanted to shoot it down.

But this does bring up the question, if we do have a civil war, how can you ever fight against the drones?
 

bigdaddydmd

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You should start a seperate thread,,, members only though. Id like to be educated.
I would second this. I was always amazed at what Shankster could snoop out on some tacti-tard posting here in the forum and now what Theis is able to do. Hey.....wait a minute. @THEIS you wouldn't happen to like the fairer sex of the heavy variety would you? In all seriousness, I would love to be educated on the privacy stuff you allude too. I am not too tech savvy and tend to stick to analog when possible, not just for security, but because it is simpler and tends to be more reliable. Such as using a map/compass vs GPS, dope cards vs ballistic solver etc.
 

DuneBoer

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12 gauge and tell the cops to fuck the fuck off, they shouldn't be searching your property without warrant... walk teh fuck up and ask if they can look in the yard yes but just invading your property, fuck that...
You ever heard of the "Open Fields Doctrine"?

The open field doctrine is a term used in criminal law to stand for the concept that anything plainly visible to the eye, even if it’s on private property, is subject to a search since it’s not hidden. Under this doctrine, consent to inspect the location is not required in order for a law enforcement officer to observe and report on things in plain view and include observations made. An open field is not an area protected under the Fourth Amendment, and there is no expectation of a right of privacy for an open field.
 

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The FAA considers unmanned aircraft of any size to be covered under Title 18 of the United States Code 32, which describes “sabotage to include destruction of any aircraft in the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States.” Violation of this code carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. In other words, it’s illegal to shoot down any aircraft in the U.S., including a drone, according to federal law. And lest you decide that simply jamming or intercepting control of the offending drone might be more your style, know that the FCC considers any form of “jamming” or otherwise interfering with radio transmission to be a violation of the Communications Act of 1934. Between these two federal laws, most anti-drone technology on the market (including net guns and jamming guns) could put you into some legal hot water.
FAA & FCC are both jokes an a waste of time an taxpayer money. Just like many other B/S make work gov entity's for those, who can't make it in the real world.
 
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if it's legal in your area Falconry would solve that problem legally shooting in a residential area could get you arrested , and that would not solve your problem you would just need to train them and yourself on how to do it .
 

woogie_man

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Do you know where the camera was pointed on the drone? Are you 110% sure the drone was looking at your son or your house?

I can about guarentee that the flier wasn't apart of a flying club, or AMA, or have a license to fly in town/over people/ at night/ or beyond line of sight. Probably a friend of his or someone just dicking around with their new toy. Chances are it was a neighbor or someone you know.

If it keeps happening contact the authorities and let them know. Typically now most agencies have something they can use to either force the unit to land, or trace it back to their operator.

I personally fly racing quads as well as other fpv equipped planes. Typically after talking with people the hysteria about "spying" is squashed out and they have no issue with them. Hell I fly around my neighborhood up and down the streets and sidewalks with mine. Neighbors all know about it and have 0 issues.

Find out who is flying the drone and have a civil talk with them you can locate them.
 

ArmyJerry

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No mention of that permission in the Constitution so whatever you make up out of thin air doesn’t mean shit,,,, Marburg case buried that doctrine,,, the only thing that matters is the Constitution and if it does not all you the government to do something then the government is acting criminally against the citizen..

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The FAA considers unmanned aircraft of any size to be covered under Title 18 of the United States Code 32, which describes “sabotage to include destruction of any aircraft in the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States.” Violation of this code carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. In other words, it’s illegal to shoot down any aircraft in the U.S., including a drone, according to federal law. And lest you decide that simply jamming or intercepting control of the offending drone might be more your style, know that the FCC considers any form of “jamming” or otherwise interfering with radio transmission to be a violation of the Communications Act of 1934. Between these two federal laws, most anti-drone technology on the market (including net guns and jamming guns) could put you into some legal hot water.
 
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THEIS

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I would second this. I was always amazed at what Shankster could snoop out on some tacti-tard posting here in the forum and now what Theis is able to do. Hey.....wait a minute. @THEIS you wouldn't happen to like the fairer sex of the heavy variety would you? In all seriousness, I would love to be educated on the privacy stuff you allude too. I am not too tech savvy and tend to stick to analog when possible, not just for security, but because it is simpler and tends to be more reliable. Such as using a map/compass vs GPS, dope cards vs ballistic solver etc.
Hi,

HOLY Shit Geez...Did you just compare/mistake me for Shankster??? LOL....Standby for your entire families information to be public ;).
I prefer to only lift heavy in the gym, not the bedroom. I prefer the Ukranian Army women for the bedroom.
I will put together some privacy safeguarding information with a list of websites that EVERYONE needs to contact and have them remove your personal information that they acquire from data mining public sector databases.

Sincerely,
Theis
 

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The FAA considers unmanned aircraft of any size to be covered under Title 18 of the United States Code 32, which describes “sabotage to include destruction of any aircraft in the special aircraft jurisdiction of the United States.” Violation of this code carries a maximum prison sentence of 20 years. In other words, it’s illegal to shoot down any aircraft in the U.S., including a drone, according to federal law. And lest you decide that simply jamming or intercepting control of the offending drone might be more your style, know that the FCC considers any form of “jamming” or otherwise interfering with radio transmission to be a violation of the Communications Act of 1934. Between these two federal laws, most anti-drone technology on the market (including net guns and jamming guns) could put you into some legal hot water.

Another tactic for dealing with drones.
 
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I fly drones and from a practical perspective there's certainly a difference between flying and videoing at altitude and outright invading someone's privacy. Consumer drones are quite fragile, just saying...........................
 

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Ok, look. If you can’t afford an eagle, consider this;
When you see a drone, get a friend to start hurling clay pigeons in its general area.
Then shoot the drone.
Collateral damage.
 

2ndamendfan

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Oh man just a few more posts and @Bender can go on a disco-porn bender.

Hey, hey where did the OP go? Hmmmmm I wonder. :cool:
 

THEIS

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Hey, hey where did the OP go? Hmmmmm I wonder. :cool:
Hi,

Well he did say his IP address yesterday said Texas....maybe he was "shopping" for a new metal target and got bushwacked....LOL.
Joking of course..well maybe. Is it time for Bender yet?

BUT to keep on Drone Topic:
I just signed North American and MENA distributor agreements for this drone :cool:.
Break out your shotguns if you would like.

Sincerely,
Theis
 

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Hi,

Well he did say his IP address yesterday said Texas....maybe he was "shopping" for a new metal target and got bushwacked....LOL.
Joking of course..well maybe. Is it time for Bender yet?

BUT to keep on Drone Topic:
I just signed North American and MENA distributor agreements for this drone :cool:.
Break out your shotguns if you would like.

Sincerely,
Theis
Are those civilian legal yet?
Price for 1?
 
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oneshot86

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Hi,

HOLY Shit Geez...Did you just compare/mistake me for Shankster??? LOL....Standby for your entire families information to be public ;).
I prefer to only lift heavy in the gym, not the bedroom. I prefer the Ukranian Army women for the bedroom.
I will put together some privacy safeguarding information with a list of websites that EVERYONE needs to contact and have them remove your personal information that they acquire from data mining public sector databases.

Sincerely,
Theis

very very cool and thanks
like army jerry said above, maybe a new thread for it.
im super interested to read what you will post
 
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