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Gauge, more like. Of course, if it's already at altitude you'd have to use something like an AR-15 loaded with tracers and fitted with a bump-fire stock.
I am pretty sure they are lying. Too far for birdshot, too tricky to hit with a rifle. And no shot damage shown, either. I'd be generous and say they simply lost control of the drone and crashed it. The alternative is, it was planned beforehands.
any, aim just behind the ear.
Ditto Bob. Bird shot. Hell, it's more fragile than most birds. For a quad like that, dinging the accelerameters hard enough would probably induce a catastrophic overcorrection loop that brings it down.(That's why I'm thinking about visual camo for the one I'm planning to build. Which right now boils down to "thin plastic fairing and white paint.")
I'd think 12 ga. hunting loads of #6 chilled lead. If you experience too many lost birds go to #4 shot. Drones taste very bland so you'll need lots of salt. Or, as in the case of spotted owls, shoot, shovel, and shut up.
http://elmtreeforge.blogspot.com/2008/10/whats-your-buckshot-of-choice.htmlQuestion already answered, although just behind the ear of the operator would still be the most effective.
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