Friday, February 17, 2012

- A Great New Hunting Opportunity!


PETA Drone Season...

A remote-controlled aircraft owned by an animal rights group was reportedly shot down near Broxton Bridge Plantation Sunday.


To a guy who is a big Wing shooting fan, this sounds like an exciting new way to address the issue of intrusive imbecile animal rights nuts. They probably don't cook up very well, but I'll be they make for exciting shooting. (It looks like you'd probably do best with about a #4 shot.)

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I've looked around a lot for a video that shows how much fun sporting clays shooting is. This isn't technically sporting clays, but it's similar, and it does capture all the hoots and the fun of the sport. It's much the same when we do our annual gig in the spring.

5 comments:

frithguild said...

The gun club didn't do it quite right. There is no invasion of privacy, for example where you build an observation platform, say to see a baseball game or to watch hazard waste operation. A drone is an interesting extension of that rule. It is likely permissible, so long as it remains off of your property. Here, when hit, the drone landed on a highway. Nice setup by the PETAs - gun club threatens public safety

chess said...

frith .the only mistsake made was they didnt destroy the drone. peta is a good idea gone way wrong.i doubt a drone is an extension of any rule out there except in your liberal twisted world...i bet you the drone suffered way more than $300 of damage. i cant get a plumber to show up in my driveway for 300....

Tom said...

I'm not sure how you meant that, but I'm perfectly happy to testify regarding Frithguild's conservative bonafides. He lives in liberal country (as do I) but he's no liberal. He does however have a propensity for shit-starting and an understanding of the law - which tends to make a person's views sound a little off sometimes to those of us who don't.

frithguild said...

You try to manage perceptions, when you run a political campaign. That is all PETA does. They had a well thought out action, which as far as I can surmise, took into account the legalities of invasion of privacy. They probably knew their drone was fodder, so they hovered it over a public roadway. Now, I will wager, they are pressuring the DA to bring it to a grand jury and are drafting their civil suit papers.

The best campaign tricks are when you put a pile of poop in front of your opponent and you watch them step in it.

Now, if I were the gun club guys, once the drone was up, you get a bunch of kids flying kites. When they get tangled, get pictures of the kids crying.

chess said...

frith .i apoligize if i mistook you for a libtard... i do like the kite idea or maybe even a little drone vs drone like the old days of spy vs spy