Anti-Skynet guerrillas, take note: Snake River Shooting Products of Emmett, Idaho is now shipping a shotgun shell it’s marketing as a special “Drone Munition.”

According to a press release on AmmoLand.com, the rounds are a “12 gauge 3″ shot shell solution aimed at defending against drone-based privacy concerns and terror!” The shells will be available in a #2 shot and BB variety via LuckyGunner.com, with a number of distributors forthcoming.

The full press release can be seen below:

Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Inc. (SRSP) is excited to announce Drone Munition shot shell based defense rounds are now shipping. The rounds are a 12 gauge 3″ shot shell solution aimed at defending against drone-based privacy concerns and terror!

Drones, or light quad-copters, are one of the best-selling new gadgets on the market, and were among the top new Christmas gifts given in 2014. Stories about drones are hitting the news daily in both positive and negative light. While a great product idea, unfortunately, drones have a tremendous potential for misuse and these misuses have been happening more and more frequently. With the ability to carry on board cameras, drones have been and are being used for spying on unsuspecting neighbors and others without their permission. With little regulation surrounding drone use, there is much confusion about what a person may do to defend against drone threats.

Recently, a gentleman shot down a drone that was spying on his daughter sunbathing near their pool in the backyard. There is an ongoing investigation as to whether it was a legal area to discharge a short range firearm. With this in mind, it is imperative the laws of proper firearm use are followed when using this product.

In addition to privacy concerns, drones can endanger people with weapons or explosives mounted to them. Recently a man announced and demonstrated in a YouTube video how he had mounted a GLOCK pistol to a drone and devised a system that allowed him to remotely fire it. Drones have also been documented flying dangerously close to commercial aircraft, and the threat is becoming more and more real for them to be used for acts of terrorism.

Drone Munition was created to provide defense against the danger caused when drones are misused. Drone Munition is lead free, safe for the environment and provides a very high quality load that will effectively disable a drone encroaching your property’s airspace. As a side note, the round also makes for a very high end hunting load for ducks, geese or turkeys.

Our friends at Lucky Gunner will be carrying the Drone Munition loads in both 2 shot and BB. Ammo can be purchased by visiting www.luckygunner.com. Several distributors including Axelson Tactical and Texas Ammo Group will be carrying Drone Munition. Dealers can reach out to these distributors or directly to our office to track down this great new product. SRSP will also be offering a line of merchandise to include T-shirts, targets and hats featuring the Drone Munition brand.

SRSP, who already manufactures Lone Survivor Marcus Luttrell’s Team Never Quit ammunition line, sees the Drone Munition line as a fantastic compliment to its products. “We are very excited to be manufacturing a product focused on defending our freedoms. We see this line as a game changer in the industry and as an important defense against rising threats to our way of life,” stated Casey Betzold, president of Snake River Shooting Products.

Image courtesy Snake River Shooting Products

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14 thoughts on “Idaho Company Offering Anti-drone Shotgun Shells

  1. Have you guys even consulted your lawyers about this product? Do you realize it is ILLEGAL to take down ANY aircraft out of the air, with any type of weapon? You might want to post that here too as to not encourage your customers to do anything Illegal.

  2. Illegal or not, fly unmanned into my backyard and I’ll introduce the old fashioned drone ammo we call 00buck. From there I’ll take my chances in court. Your rights stop where mine start… My property line.

  3. Yes the Federal Government just ruled that shooting at a drone is the same as shooting at ANY personal property, and so completely illegal.

    You will go to jail if you shoot at anyone’s personal property. You don’t own your airspace, and so you have no right to shoot at anything in it.

  4. No search or invasion of my property will be permitted without a search warrant duly issued in a court of law. OO Buck will be generously applied toany such device pretending otherwise. I have the right to enforce my own constitutional rights, and if you do not like it , sue me!

  5. I would like to say if it violates me then it is a threat. Today’s laws are changing and said to say is the drone owner would win in California. I pray and hope I don’t have to experience an issue like this because stating something would would do now days it is considered pre-meditation, love the the iditos we allow to make decisions on our behalf!

  6. Anyone want to bet bbb is a drone owner? I personally think if you want to fly it on YOUR OWN or public property then that’s fine but you had better keep it there. I see it as the same as somebody creeping around my windows….. whoever is operating the drone doesn’t want to be seen so they KNOW they are doing something if not illegal then pretty shady at the least, I take my family’s safety extremely seriously !!!!

  7. There’s certainly nothing wrong with being cautious and alert to any surrounding dangers from “bad” people, so to speak.

    But— I don’t think that in seeing a mult-icopter flying over my place would prompt me to immediately run into the house and grab a shotgun. -IF- he was low and keeping it over the top of my property and appeared to be taking pictures of things that he had no business taking pictures/videos of then I’d get a bit irritated and possibly take other actions but shooting it down would be the last resort. To me that’s a bit on the ridiculous side, unless I was starving for attention.

    IMHO, the person in Mi. (don’t remember where it was for sure) that shot the drone down wasn’t truly in fear of his life or his family’s life (stupid story). He used very poor judgment and was simply attempting to be a “macho” neighbor and get an “atta boy” attention from them and a few others like him, which he did. His goal was achieved. Hopefully it’ll be an expensive lesson for him.

    The person that had a 9mm pistol attached to his multi-copter was a true idiot and should very well be held accountable of his stupidity and ignorance.

    The making and marketing of the so called “Anti-Drone Shells” are simply playing on others ignorance of giving the impression that these shells are something special for drones when they’re obviously no no different than any other shell of the same load. Many that are a card short of a full deck will of course fall for it though because they don’t know any better.

    The (the anti-drone shell maker) type people are only creating more negative attitudes and thoughts in peoples minds, attempting to make something look scary or intimidating when in reality it would rarely be.

    These Anti-Drone BS shells are simply a money making ploy to play on peoples minds and ignorance…!

  8. There’s nothing wrong with being cautious and alert to any surrounding dangers of “bad” people, so to speak.

    But— I don’t think that in seeing a mult-icopter flying over my place would prompt me to immediately run into the house and grab a shotgun. -IF- he was low and keeping it over the top of my property and appeared to be taking pictures of things that he had no business taking pictures/videos of then I’d get a bit irritated and possibly take other actions but shooting it down would be the last resort. To me that’s a bit on the ridiculous side, unless I was starving for attention.

    IMHO, the person in Mi. (don’t remember where it was for sure) that shot the drone down wasn’t truly in fear of his life or his family’s life (stupid story). He used very poor judgment and was simply attempting to be a “macho” neighbor and get an “atta boy” attention from them and a few others like him, which he did. His goal was achieved. Hopefully it’ll be an expensive lesson for him.

    The person that had a 9mm pistol attached to his multi-copter was a true idiot and should very well be held accountable of his stupidity and ignorance.

    The making and marketing of the so called “Anti-Drone Shells” are simply playing on others ignorance of giving the impression that these shells are something special for drones when they’re obviously no no different than any other shell of the same load. Many that are a card short of a full deck will of course fall for it though because they don’t know any better.

    The (the anti-drone shell maker) type people are only creating more negative attitudes and thoughts in peoples minds, attempting to make something look scary or intimidating when in reality it would rarely be.

    These Anti-Drone BS shells are simply a money making ploy to play on peoples minds and ignorance…!

  9. Where’s a lawyer who can find a law that will put a rein on these ‘pilots’. Someone put fire fighters out west in danger and even stopped the air bucket brigade. Common sense has been lost.

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