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Incendiary Image of the Day: 12ga Drone-Killer Shot Shells!

Er... kinda. (courtesy prodigalbrother @ facebook.com)

But you knew it was coming...and in fact, these 'drones' were shot down, FOUR times, invading an airspace over private shooting range, recently: Activists’ drone shot out of the sky for fourth time

The 'drones' belong to local human hating animal 1ster activists harassing hunters and gunowners in general; they're actually surprised that people exercise private property rights.

Check out the group's name; no it's not an Onion satire: “SHARK,” or SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness.

and...the video of their quadro-copter drone being shot down, for illegally invading private property

Incendiary Image of the Day: Drone Loads Edition

Posted on March 16, 2013 by Robert Farago

It’s not like it hasn’t happened already. No, I don’t mean Iran, although yes, the Islamic Republic shot down a U.S. military drone. I’m talking about the SHARK (SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness) drone that an unnamed hunter at the Wing Pointe shooting club in Berks County, PA downed late last year. [Click here for a most excellent video of the event.] The fourth such drone that had been blasted out of the sky. And not the last, methinks.




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This clown is baiting individuals with guns

real smart. As far as pigeons, they are a scourge to health and property which needs some type of population control imposed upon. I work for the state DOT and can tell you the damage I've seen from their droppings upon bridges is phenomenal, especially when it is compounded by anti icing elements. Not to mention the immediate and profound implications to health when those droppings are disturbed. These animals are nothing more than rat's with wings and should be treated in the same manner. After viewing the video I wished someone would have walked out of the woods and bitch slapped this loud mouthed eavesdropping punk who places his agenda ahead of anyone else's Constitutional rights. That would truly make a video that would go viral. As far as incendiary shot's check this out...
http://www.ammunitiondepot.com/12-Gauge-Phoenix-Burst-Dragon...

If not us than who?

Shooting pigeons

I don't know how they were shooting pigeons, but I have shot hundreds of pigeons over the years. When I am shooting pigeons it's in the process of training young pointers. They are placed under tall grass and usually will stay put for 5-10 minutes. The young dog is brought up downwind to get the birds scent, after the dog points the bird is flushed up and shot, then the dog is encouraged to retrieve the bird. Sometimes the pigeon wouldn't be shot and I would let it fly back to the coop. It's all about getting a young dog accustomed and knowing exactly what he's doing before hunting wild birds. Some of my pigeons I bred my self and some are nuisance pigeons I take from farmers barns. Whether you agree with how someone is hunting/killing pigeons or not, the fact is that they are within the law and the pigeons are their property. In most states pigeons are considered a feral nuisance and there is no bag limit.

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I'm an avid hunter, pro 2nd

I'm an avid hunter, pro 2nd amendment, and go to the range regularly. I also go target practice shooting pigeons, but mine are made out of clay.
I find this very disturbing, this isn't hunting or target practice. This is just animal cruelty. Birds caged and released in the line of fire. That would be like tying a deer to a tree and calling it hunting.
And shooting live rounds across a public roadway, that's just pure stupidity.

i am a hunter and i feel this

i am a hunter and i feel this is pretty unfair for the birds. in a cage only to be released into the line of fire?????where is the challenge in that? wtf whats next releasing a buck from a pin or a bear, fishing for fish in a barrel??? the biggest point of hunting is finding the game and avoiding detection witch they fail at both

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how cool would a mini-stinger missile be?

or snare it and drag it back in a net with a larger drone of your own...that's where this is heading, it seems.

I am sure we will see...

I am sure we will see an increase of drone shoot downs as we see an increase of drone usage. Blow back is what I would call it. Others might just call it target practice.

RickStone

I'd side with SHARK on this one.

The drones never trespassed over private property. Plus using live animals as nothing more then targets then disposing of the bodies is not what I would call hunting. I'd call it sick. Killing for the sake of killing.

I've more respect for them shooting down

the drone than I do for the pigeon shooting.

Have a look at this video: http://youtu.be/D652zsCMDhU

There's just no challenge. It's one step from shooting fish in a barrel. I'd honestly prefer shooting on a range or clay pigeon shooting or actual hunting. Not that I'd ban it or anything but could they not make it slightly more challenging.

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This is great. This is really good.

I like this a lot.