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June 17, 2014 AT 9:48 am

Desert Wolf – “Riot control drone” #drones

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Desert Wolf – Skunk Riot Control Copter.

The Skunk is equipped with 4 high-capacity paint ball barrels firing at up to 20 bullets per second each, with 80 Pepper bullets per second stopping any crowd in its tracks. The current hopper capacity of 4000 bullets and High Pressure Carbon Fiber Air system it allows for real stopping power. Bright strobe lights, blinding Lasers and with on-board speakers enables communication and warnings to the crowd. The powerful Octa copters can also be operated in formation by a single operator. The lifting capability of the Skunk is 45 Kg due to the eight powerful OS Max electric motors with 16 Inch props.

Intense 🙁


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1 Comment

  1. I’ve been wondering if it would be effective to stop a riot by disrupting the mood. What if you showered a group of angry people with millions of smiling stress balls? I’d think it would be harder to stay dangerously angry while unable to take a step without stepping on a smiling ball.

    Just a thought.

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