FPVREVIEWS: the whole premise that this is dangerous is silly.. this is a very poor
terror weapon, but a great anti-terror weapon. this kind of vide solves
nothing, and breeds misconceptions. and i should know.. time for people
to think, not believe this garbage..
Anon Mason: This is why we need to keep guns. Self defense, never know if a drone has a
gun. So take it down.
Richard F: STOP CALLING THEM DRONES!!! There not Drones!!!! Drones cherry Bombs and
guns for the Military
Sam Angarole: You are ignorant douches
ProSecondAmendment: lisa ortiz+
"This guys voice mod and star bandana frightens me. So do all the
paintballed popsicle people. Milo danger is frightening.. Fun as drones may
seem, I still think they are military grade and dangerous. As are people
who have popsicle people in their backyard/empty field that they enjoy
paintballing for fun. They should have at least had people in a few
different poses. I'm just saying."
You're really ignorant.
This crap has been possible for years. Remote control cars and RC
helicopters are no different. Military grade I think not. They are much
bigger, carry heavier loads and controlled by antennas million times
stronger even satellite controlled. The only reason this has become news is
because the bigger military drones are making an entrance to this world and
we are now listening to idiots like you who give the government more room
to kill innocent people. The civilian use of any tool and or weapon is
NEVER the real threat or real problem. It's the snakes we see controlling
wars. They are the ones who need to be imprisoned. I pray one day a Godly
government will rise to the occasion and destroy all these satanic
politicians, catholic church, and bankers. Let God's people be fruitful and
multiply. Let the meek inherit the earth.
Riaan Skypixels: So I could fit a Machine Gun to the hood of my car, shall we ban cars? Or
forget the gun, just mow down pedestrians on the sidewalk! Your a Moron in
Moacir Rodrigues do Carmo Júnior: Citizen Drone Warfare - Dangerous Information
Daniel Sultana: Are you going to continue the series?
Dragos Mihai: Just don't belive in recoil and you'' be good
ProSecondAmendment: There has Never been a better time in history to actually do what snake in
the grass Joe Biden's said. "Buy a shotgun"
brahimy endsofstory: gouverment don't care about the danger because they are the real danger
they have throw atomic bomb on japon and chemical in syria and irak and
they use drones in afaghanistan drones are like toy's in thier hand same
the soul of person they kill the real issue is the sience is serving this
criminal more invention more killing and more domination so welcome skynet
and nsa and more in the future
GathGealaich: This device definitely deserves a CV-enabled targeting computer. Humans are
lousy at manual shooting from platforms like this one.
Cowboycctx: I'm going to make a good guy drone to kill all the bad guy drones. So
Dayton Griffin: What do you think guys? Should I try my hand at one of these?
Convair SeaDart: that is entirely incorrect sleepeat. The term drone actually came about
from early unmanned vehicles that were used for target training purposes.
Their characteristic sound cause people to call them drones. Over time this
has become a popular term. Part of it also has to do with the fact that
these are a bit vehicles do we tedious jobs which is also akin to the
drones in the insect hive. a unmanned vehicle does not have to be
autonomous to be considered a drone. Some of the early pilotless vehicles
used for reconnaissance, most notably those manufactured by Ryan, were
entirely autonomous driven by a rather simple barometric altitude timer
system. These were referred to as drones and they could also be remotely
piloted. The method of control is independent of the term. You are also
somewhat incorrect on the recoil affecting the drones flight adversely. It
would be possible to program into the stabilization system a series of
flight control commands that would be initiated prior to and after firing.
There is a fundamental limit to the size of the firearm you could put on
any particular vehicle but given the very advanced stabilization schemes
available it would be more than possible for a drone capable of carrying
the weight also handle the recoil. I should also note that multi-rotor
systems to not have to have collective since they are able to very the
engine thrust into batter that would be very similar to adjust to the
collective of the rotor. Personally I've not seen any commercially
available multi-rotor drones that even offer collective as a possibility
for the rotors. That would be extremely expensive and be ridiculously
complex. A single or dual rotor system is fine but if you get to 4 to 6
euros looking at a drone that would cost many tens of thousands of dollars.
I should also note that when it comes to classification of a drone there is
far more wiggle room that I even alluded to. Some Israeli company came up
with a quad copter that has a tether running down to the operator.
Technically speaking it is not classified as a drone because it is a
capable of true free flight. A kite that has video cameras on it has that
altitude capability of a drone but does not have free flight. I can also
mount a camera on a 30 foot pole from a hardware store and be able to do
quite a bit of aerial imaging. It's amazing the results that you can get
from either a kite, tether drone or a pole. In some cases I've show the
imagery I have gotten and have the next question asked the what kind of
drone do I have two which my response is I do not have one. The ethical
problem here is that of aerial imaging and regulations regarding all aerial
SleepEat3D: That is NOT a drone that IS a quad copter a radio controlled glorified
TOY that has got the same range as a radio controlled model plane a DRONE
is an autonomic craft that can think and make decisions for itself these
are platforms for aerial photography nothing more that is not a hand gun
neither it is a BB gun a hand gun would be useless on one of these as the
recoil would upset the flight controller to much and you would need a much
larger heavier version with collective pitch control.
paul E: That has without a doubt got to be the scariest thing I've seen!!!!!!!.
Sam Cox: Hey, That's really cool....They Used you Footage On the TV Show Elementary
Season 2 Episode 21
AryanCrusaderXII: Very nice...
GreningerProductions: So this RC toy mounted with a gun might endanger stationary targets from 2
feet away. Also it's flying as high as the "targets" in a zone which would
more than likely get it swatted down. Then there's the battery issue, with
that payload it's got all of what 3 min of flight time. Stop trying to
scare the public with fear mongering, RC craft have existed since Nickola
Tesla in 1893. Tesla even offered them up to the military! They saw no use
or benefit at the time. Also consider that a drone is not line of sight,
meaning there's not a masked man standing in view, all of which requires
expensive hardware that is accessible only by the military. Guns mounted to
anything are dangerous, that's why it's a felony. The first RC "drones" or
gunnery targets were invented by the British in 1930. If in fact a Quad,
Hex or Octocopter were actually useful for more than shooting video they
would be employed in large numbers in Iraq, Afganistan, they would have
been present at Benghazi, not circling at 27,000 feet but hovering around
at 30ft, the US doesn't even use this technology to protect it's military
assets, it's decades from becoming a threat, and more than likely an
irritation to Hollywood Stars.
Iulian Dumitraşcu: A homemade, do-it-yourself *weaponized* drone built from plans obtained on
These are interesting times.
Chip Oclassen: Varmint Hunt!
Michael Pierakos: Spy and assassin technology
ktisaac: Look up DJI kid. They have some good quadcopters you could start learning
with. I am working on making an aerial photography business using them. Too
bad every time someone see something like this they automatically think
someone is out to get them with it. I guess critical thinking is out the
pbcrazy9898: You are a misinformed ne'er do well.
Nakelp86: Can't wait to see some pea brain to ban walking on the streets since there
is absolutely no privacy. Folks are worried that some hobbyist flies the
multirotor with camera on it but they do not object the camera on every
traffic light intersection which is able to zoom right inside your car and
see you ugly face up close
yaakia: you've obviously never used a paintball gun. most metal paintball guns have
the same weight as a real gun. a little lighter yes, but not by much. and
they do have about the same kick as a real gun, yes not the same but still
a kick. Its not hard to scale something like that to match. i can buy
powerful engines that are for DIY kits that would be able to handle it.You
make it seem like guns have so much kick, when in reality its not all that
much. This has all been simplified but google will help
Daniel Molina: Are you for real? to do surveillance? with an RC grade multirotor? do you
even know how much power is needed to maintain the thing flying for 10
minutes? and you talk about these things being cheap! just the radio costs
around 300 bucks! and easy to fly? do you even know what are you talking
about? the learning curve on flying RCs is very steep, you need simulators
and at least a couple of months to just hover decently. You should be
banned form the internet for doing this fear mongering videos
kfaunce123: It's not the hobbyist with a toy drone that anyone has to worry about. It's
the hard core criminal or terrorist. Industrial grade drones capable of
carrying much heavier payloads (e.g. those used by professional aerial
photographers and cinematographers) are available to anyone with the money.
Dave C: Very little recoil from a paintball gun. These guys feedoff
southsidesancho: @danger info Please contact me I have a few questions about your UAV and
how you did the setup. Ive looked into diy drones but, still feel confused
keith john: Correct, but I have a friend who has built his own carbon fibre computer
chipped drone.So I am sure joe blow can build one up to a reasonable size
to carry something unpleasant.His drone is very impressive with more
powerful rotor motors and takes off like a ufo.
ThailandVenture: HAVE YOU EVER HEARD OF DJI !!!!!!! look them up and you will see that for a
few thousand you could fly right from your laptop in your home like me ;)
and send the drone WHERE EVER you want based on a click of my google map...
WITH LIVE VIDEO.. EASY !
Lawrence Job: Is this the guy from Game of Drones?
Zallestial: Ye a bit true, Im not very good at building my self yet so I had somone
build one for me with lots of power. I guess I got a bit too roostery the
first few flights and lost more than a few props hehe. But I ensure you
that it can lift more than enough beer cans :)
antiall: i got myself a dji phantom as my first flying thing ever. can't say its
hard to use it.
richie b: some of the companies who build these build them for use with weapons on
purpose and the ones who do not, do not have large enough models. and also
your "small budget" was probably a 2-3 thousand dollar model if not bot as
a kit and those fat shark fpv goggles alone cost 300+ dollars thats all i
have to say thanks for reading
emgee44: I think there are worse things in the world to worry about than this. I
hear you can remote detonate explosives with a mobile phone, does that mean
we should ban all mobile phones ? How about cars, planes, microwave ovens,
or domestic chemicals mixed in the right proportions you name it, anything
can be turned for foul use and most are much cheaper than a RC multirotor.
adammstar77: there are hex's and octo's out there with very deadly potential in the
hands of terrorists. I've flown hex's that could handle 15 lb payloads. No
crap! If used as a bomb platform, or dispersal system for chem. or bio.
Weapons, considering their four mile range; they could be devastating.
Imagine five drones each carrying a 15 lb anti personnel charge flying into
a pro football stadium during a playoff game. It needs to be taken
Frank Winterlong: oh long Johnson!!!! this is so idiotic, everyone should be scared now.
cause if commies (anyone who's not "American" citizen (and hippies)) have
drones, they will spy on you, they'll ruin your cloths and rape your white
trash little sister. fatties are getting paranoid.
douglas jones: Man, you desperately need to get up to speed on what's going on & what's
already out there. FPS Russia already has it online & on youtube.
Andres Tovar: Saftey is not the question, its where can I buy one.
lucasn777: I agree it might be possible to do stupid stuff with one but there are MUCH
easier ways to do bad things. So I thank hobby drones are the least of are
worries. P.S. I did not mean to sound like a jerk I'm just sick of people
wanting to ban stuff because of stupid people do dangerous stuff.
zekehooper: I understand what you are saying, and I agree. But my coment was not about
that. It was about what you said about a "REAL" gun and not useing a "TOY".
The point was that even a "toy" can be used to kill if used in certian
ways. Also, I asked you to look up the vid with the shotgun mounted to a
"toy" helicoptor to counter your assumtion that the recoil would keep it
from fling...that's all.
Polis Nunki: Weak- very weak. First off, A real gun weighs much more and would
definitely compromise lift and manuverability. Secondly, When fired, the
gun would kick like a mule sending your drone out of control and likely
breaking essential structural supports. Thirdly, Carrying weight like that,
the range would be quite short and probably be an expensive, one-shot
suicide mission for the drone. Fourthly, At the range shown, one could
eliminate it with a rock. Get real and try it again.
Xoskel Offroad: So I have since found out, thank you for being not the first one to point
this out to me.
Matthew Bendyna: You must think as the institutions want you to think since your obsessed
with war and can't see the good things this tech will be used for. Most
people are moral, and dumb laws should be broken
Schools: Learn how to get phlebotomy training in California! The job pays decent money for the amount of schools needed to graduate.