It’s been almost one year since I wrote up one of these daily posts about Snake River Shooting Product’s Drone Munition ammunition. Now, thanks to what can only be seen as a fortuitous meeting of products or an alignment of firearms-related stars, we have what just might be the perfect combination: Drone Munition and flying drones to go with it. After all, a year ago I found myself needing to add a disclaimer to the post about the ammunition reminding readers not to actually shoot down drones in a law-breaking type of scenario. Now you can – well, you can shoot these particular drones down, thanks to Gnat Warfare.
Gnat Warfare isn’t a brand new company. After all, they got their start in the UK and began production here in the United States a couple years ago. But it seems they’ve only recently begun gaining popularity on a larger scale here in the States, and I’m here to tell you their drones seriously rock (they especially rock when you shoot them, but I digress).
The company manufactures remote-controlled drones capable of speeds up to 80 miles per hour, speeds attained along with being highly maneuverable. The drones can simply soar right over the shooter’s head or they can suddenly change direction. It’s all up to whoever is in charge of the remote control. Even better, the company’s “Gnat” features ten pyrotechnic charges on the underside of the drone.
As for the ammo, Snake River Shooting Products is still manufacturing their Drone Munition. Drone Munition is a 12-gauge, 3″ shot shell filled with either #2 steel shot or BB shot. While it’s true you could take a shot at one of these Gnat Warfare drones with different shot shells, there’s just something satisfying about using drone rounds on a drone.
For MSRP and sales information on the drones, contact Gnat Warfare either through their website at http://www.gnatwarfare.com/index.html or by phone at (480) 267-8102
To get your hands on some Drone Munition, visit Snake River Shooting Products at http://snakerivershootingproducts.com/ammunition/
Visit the following link to view the video below, which was taken this month at Hogfest 2016 of a Gnat Warfare drone being shot down: https://www.facebook.com/AxelsonTactical/videos/1256652274363135/
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