Behold: the DroneGun Tactical by Australia/US based company DroneShield – 6.8kg of bad news for any hovering pest that dares to enter your airspace.

Effectively, a directional frequency jammer capable of cutting a drone’s video feed from a kilometre away, the gun can also force a drone back to its starting point or make it land on the spot.

Currently available to ‘government agencies’ only, but it’s only a matter of time before Jay-Z or Julian Assange or, you know, Nathan Carter gets one.

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8 thoughts on “Drone-B-Gon

  1. Increasing_Displacement

    as soon as public in US get their hands on it they’ll start getting shot my the aggressive militarised trigger happy 5-0

  2. Ronán FitzGerald

    If it’s, as appears on the selection interface, a frequency jammer, then it would also jam Wifi as it appears to be capable of the 2.4 and 5.8 networks… this could be an issue….

    1. Brother Barnabas

      i’d like one of those – and one that can jam a mobile phone signal too. preferably a discreet, handheld device.

      1. Yep

        “hello? Yes! Please I need help! He’s in the house! My address is….hello? HELLO?”

        Diabolical Barnabas…

        1. Brother Barnabas

          i was more thinking of being a nuisance, while amusing myself, in pubs, cafes, trains…

          1. Yep

            Exactly. Public places is where to become a “nuisance”. No personal connection. You can “amuse” yourself while tracking their daily routine.

            Psycho.

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