Drone Munitions Now Shipping!

Drone Munitions
Drone Munitions
Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Logo
Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting

Emmett, ID –-(Ammoland.com)-  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 12 gauge 3″ shot shell solution geared at defending against drone-based privacy and terror concerns!

Drones, or light quad-copters, are one of the largest 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 many lights both positive and negative. Our focus with this product is on the negative use of a great product idea! Drones have a potential for misuse which has 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 or other people without their permission.  With little regulation surrounding drone use, there is much confusion about what a person may do to defend against drone threats.  Just this week, a gentleman shot down a drone that was spying on his daughter sunbathing near their pool in the back yard.

There is ongoing investigation as to whether it was a legal area to discharge a short range firearm, so it is imperative the laws of proper firearm use are following when using this product.

Drones
Drones

Consider the potential for arming drones with weapons or explosives!  Drones have been flown dangerously close to commercial aircraft, and the threat is becoming more real on a daily basis of potential for terror use. Drone Munition was created to provide a cost effective solution for defense against these invasions and potential dangers when drones are misused.  Drone Munition is lead free, safe for the environment, and provides a very high quality load for disabling a drone which may be encroaching in your space.  As a side note, the round also makes for a very high end hunting load for ducks, geese, or turkeys! New technology to expand the capability of this product with the evolving threat is already in work!

Our friends at Lucky Gunner will be carrying the Drone Munition loads in both 2 shot and BB, and can be purchased by visiting www.luckygunner.com.  Also, several distributors will be carrying Drone Munition to include Axelson Tactical, and Texas Ammo Group.  Dealers can reach out to those distributors or direct to our office to find out the best way 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, already manufacturing Lone Survivor Marcus Luttrell’s Team Never Quit ammunition line in partnership with some great companies in the industry sees the Drone Munition line as a fantastic compliment to the overall mission of working with the greatest companies to bring to market the best possible products from components to finished product.

“We are very excited to be manufacturing a product focused on defense against our existing freedoms!  We see this line as a game changer in the industry and the threats to our way of life continue to shift and evolve,” stated Casey Betzold, President of Snake River Shooting Products.

Snake River Shooting Products contact information:

Snake River Shooting Products and Consulting Inc.
Sales Division
1390 W. 12th St
Emmett, ID 83617
email: sales@snakerivershootingproducts.com

Website:

Facebook:

  • www.facebook.com/snakeriver.shooting
  • www.facebook.com/dronemunition
  • 11 thoughts on “Drone Munitions Now Shipping!

    1. The gentleman in question shot down the drone that was ALLEGEDLY ‘spying’ on his daughter. He also was arrested for discharging a firearm within city limits. IMHO the prosecutor will make the shooter ‘mister bad example’ for others considering shooting down drones within city limits. Bottom line: the shooter is in deep crapola and will pay a pretty penny for legal defense, regardless of the outcome.

    2. Another guy said he knocked one out of the air with some sort of water hose. Then he just claimed he was hosing some stuff down in his yard and it got in the way.

    3. Way to go Snake river. Another intrusion into our privacy is this damned drone device. Readers shoot the darned things down.

    4. To protect yourself and still abide by city ordinances, people should check into air-powered shotguns. They are pricey, but it would keep you out of jail.

    5. If a drone is over your property spying,etc….you can shoot the hell out of it ! If you shoot a burglar in your house they won’t charge you with discharging a firearm in the city limits ! That drone is a threat just like the burglar !

    6. Wow…So much stupid on here i may need a vaccine.

      “Just this week, a gentleman shot down a drone that was spying on his daughter sunbathing near their pool in the back yard.”

      That man is William “Willie” Merideth and is looking at 10 years in prison max 2 years minimum.
      They have released the footage from the camera and the drone was well above his “private space” and nearly 250 feet up in the air where you can clearly see it was not even looking in the direction of his property and even if it were you would not be able to see anything clearly let alone a human face. You can see that footage here…
      http://www.popularmechanics.com/flight/drones/news/a16834/footage-of-drone-shot-out-of-the-sky/

      “Consider the potential for arming drones with weapons or explosives! Drones have been flown dangerously close to commercial aircraft, and the threat is becoming more real on a daily basis of potential for terror use.”

      Please stop trying to scare stupid people into buying your product with these rediculous claims. I can do the same shit with a kite…You going to sell ammo for that??

      “That drone is a threat just like the burglar !”

      In what way????

    7. “They have released the footage from the camera and the drone was well above his “private space” and nearly 250 feet up in the air where you can clearly see it was not even looking in the direction of his property and even if it were you would not be able to see anything clearly let alone a human face.”

      Yeah, and a dead assailant with a gun that turns out to be a toy gun is still a good shoot.

      You aren’t judged on what you learn in hindsight — you are judged by whether you responded appropriately to what an average person would have assumed was happening. And that average person is embodied by a jury. Merideth’s lawyer just has to convince a jury that his assumption was reasonable.

    8. I cant wait for someone to use the stuff and then the owner of the drone to sue. This product is just asking for a lawsuit.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *