Bunny hugger drone shot down

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    Yeah, right Anti hunters fly a drone to spy on a pigeon hunt on private property and expect any different? Read some of the comments!

     
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    Envirowackos get crazier all the time.
     
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    Back about 15 years ago, the local wackos organized people to turn out to a state park in Connecticut to drive away deer so they would be "safe" on opening day of shotgun season. They were scheduled to meet at 8:00 AM. The hunters simply got there first and stationed themselves on trails about 1/2 mile from the gathering spot. The bunny huggers were horrified to learn that they drove the deer right to the hunters. They were also rather disturbed to find game wardens and State police waiting for them at their vehicles.
     
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    Those octocopters are pricey.
     
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    Good sense would dictate that you don't send them into a situation where they will likely be shot at.
     
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    I'd venture that the hunt club also owns the airspace above, to a certain altituded anywayS.
     
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    Got nothing against hunting but, if you want to call it a sport, I think you should be arming the deer.
     
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    The deer are armed with 10 times better eyesight and hearing and 100 times better sense of smell. They outsmart the vast majority of hunters.

    Give hunting a chance, hell you don't even need a gun. bring a camera.
    Just head out in the woods and put yourself withing 75 yards of a deer with a clear shot. Take a picture. If you can do that, I'll actually consider your opinion worth my attention.
     
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    What is the octocopter for? Just to video what a shoot pigeon looks like? They could shoot one for the cause and tape that.
     
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    You got something there. MSNBC could learn a thing or two from you.
     
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