Turkish Machine Gun Drones can shoot a mango at 200 meters!

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While Americans debate “hunting rifles”, gun control, and red flag nonsense, other countries are building the technology of the future.

The 2nd Amendment does not mention guns at all.

“A well regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed.”

What does the word “Arms” really mean? Drones? Rockets? Lasers? Handheld? Remote controlled?

“Turkey’s new machine gun drones are proof that we live in a cyberpunk dystopia
By Luke Dormehl December 13, 2019 12:51PM PST

According to a New Scientist article, Songar has sufficient accuracy to be able to hit a 15-centimeter area from 200 meters away. If you’re someone who prefers to measure things in a combination of fruit sizes and sports fields, it’s the equivalent of shooting a mango from close to two football fields away. That distance could soon double due to software improvements. The drone also has night sensors to allow it to see in darkness. It can additionally be deployed in a group of three, which can be made to converge on a target for simultaneous firing. To select a target, all a Songar pilot would need to do is to select them with crosshairs using a screen on a remote control.”


Australian company Droneshield has an anti-drone jamming gun, but once again this type of technology is illegal in the USA.

Is this an “Arm”? Is a drone an “Arm”? Is a cell phone an “Arm”?

h/t BohemianExile


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