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

 
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Hey Tard... You can't shoot a fucking 240 off an electric powered drone... Do you realize that is FAKE VIDEO?????????


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Want!
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So how does it change guns midflight like the video shows?
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how much cancer does this gun give your balls?
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Right over there. I had sex with a horse.

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12/14/2019 08:25 PM
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How long is their flight time?

How noisy are they?

Mangos don’t shoot back!
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Lol, that thing's aiming all over the place like a drunken Russian.

Sure, it can hit a mango at 200 meters, as long as it's wall-to-wall mangos at that range!
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I would like to see how the ammo used in the video was loaded. I would bet it was very low power ammo. Recoil with full power loads is going to be the biggest enemy of accuracy and controllability when it comes to drones.
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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."

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 Quoting: BohemianExile


LOL "We" - I use that word loosely, the US -Darpa probably has had the same proven out basic shooting drones ready to mass produce but moved onto 5000 plus better more efficient kill vehicles by now and they all are probably prototyped out and ready to be put out on mass superfast Assembly lines. Turkey openly exercising with these types of units is not a good sign though. It means some very bad things.
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Re: Turkish Machine Gun Drones can shoot a mango at 200 meters!
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."

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 Quoting: BohemianExile


Arms means weapons, dipshit.
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"ARMS" means any weapon to be used.
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Make sure you spring for the projectile deflective windows on your new Tesla CyberTruck!
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We have many hidden weapons. We are the leader of world after year 2023.
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Yeah, I was at a Defence conference a while back and the Turkish delegation was quite impressive. Aselsan had the IHASAVAR system on display that has the capability to scan for and jam a device.

The equipment at the US contractor booth could only scan because as the rep pointed out "FCC laws"...

"(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation."




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More cans and mangos!
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If the big ones don't scare you the nano drones should. We need to start making defenses against this shit, it's coming. Just a matter of who and where.
 Quoting: FlashBuzzkill


THIS^^^ Visible drones are going to look like "dinosaur" tech soon.

Nano-drones are where it's at. They already have prototypes the size of a housefly, that pick up audio & video.
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12/14/2019 11:22 PM
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Re: Turkish Machine Gun Drones can shoot a mango at 200 meters!
Well, We know this is a bogus headline.

Mangos do not grow in turkey.
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12/14/2019 11:58 PM
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Re: Turkish Machine Gun Drones can shoot a mango at 200 meters!
the foot soldier is obsolete.
robotic warfare is the wave of the future.

(and they'll get 12 year old gamers to fly the drones
in U.S. CONUS operation centers.)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 76809044


This may be an exaggerated story ... but the reality is when the next major War starts even the US, which has been avoiding arming Drones, will move into Autonomous Drone Killing Machines. (which you can be sure the Chinese have already spent lots of money developing)

The days of the combat foot soldier are limited. The military that can cheaply manufacture and deploy a few million AUTONOMOUS (not needing human control and NOT linked to a control center) drones WILL control the local battlefields. Humans will not be able to operate out in the open in such a combat environment, and if they try their life expectancy will be short.
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Re: Turkish Machine Gun Drones can shoot a mango at 200 meters!
Well our drones from 10 years ago could put a hellfire missile through a car door window at 3 miles.

Sooo what are you getting at OP?





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