Pepper Spray Bullet Drone

Posted on Jun 19 2014 - 8:43am by Adam E


A South African based company, Desert Wolf, has received an order for 25 of it's "riot control" copter dubbed the Skunk Drone.  The Desert Wolf Skunk Octacopter Drone has four paintball barrels and can fire up to 20 bullets per second.  The bullets can be pepper-spray ammunition, dye-markers, or solid  plastic balls (ouch).  Not impressed?  This armed drone can carry up to 4,000 bullets at a time and can also be armed with"blinding lasers".  Lastly, this pepper spray drone can also carry loud speakers and cameras.  Can't wait to see video footage from the copters point of view after an altercation. 

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