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This video is drumming up a buzz in both the drone and guns group. It seems to demonstrate a hand crafted quadcopter flying and terminating a Kel-Tec PMR-30.
With more than 30 rounds of .22 Magnum, that is some genuine capability for a flying drone. It really appears like the setup of this drone was streamlined the handle the backlash of the gun. The expanded separation between the front and back propellers defeats the force of a weapon, subsequently making a more steady shooting stage. It even acclimates to the backlash changing its tallness and position after every shot. We hope to see a report on this video not long from now given the dim legitimateness of joining a gun to a flying device.