UPDATE: PETA Acquires Drones to Stalk Hunters

PETA Drones Used to Stalk Hunters
PETA Drones Used to Stalk Hunters
U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance
U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance

Columbus, OH –-(Ammoland.com)- As reported in April by USSA, the People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) announced that they have officially obtained drones to stalk hunters in the field.

PETA Air Angel’s” as they are referring to them, were reported today by PETA to have been taken on a test flight in Massachusetts and “went off without a hitch.”

The drones will be sold in PETA’s catalog for $324.99. According to the drone description found in the catalog, PETA members can receive instant to-your-phone video footage from the drones. The footage can be streamed live via the Air Angels page on PETA.org.

PETA says they aim to specifically seek out hunters “drinking while in the possession of a firearm, injuring animals and failing to pursue them so that they die slowly and painfully, and using spotlights, feed lures and other hunting tricks”. As all of us know, these are things hunters simply do not do.

What we also know is that this is just another in the long line of ridiculous, attention-seeking activities concocted by arguably the country’s most outrageous animal rights group.

About:The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance is a national association of sportsmen and sportsmen's organizations that protects the rights of hunters, anglers and trappers in the courts, legislatures, at the ballot, in Congress and through public education programs. Visit www.ussportsmen.org.

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    C

    I guess we the hunters are going to have additional target practice, and what about our rights to privacy?

    john
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    john

    I’m sorry I mistook it for an illegal drone trespassing on my land. But since its here on my property let’s see what makes it tick.

    Mike11C
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    Mike11C

    Well, it looks like #8 shot will do the trick. I won’t hesitate to shoot one of these down if I see it flying around overhead. They should keep their $325 because if I shoot it down, it’s MINE.

    Kiger
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    Kiger

    Hunters, the WiFi range for control of this unit is 50 meters. So if you see one the operator has to be within 50 meters of the drone. Go get em! Down the drone and feed it to them. It should be considered Vegan so they shouldn’t mind consuming it orally or rectally.

    RoyInNC
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    RoyInNC

    I haven’t hunted in 38 years. I spend my time shooting paper targets. If I hear of these being used in my neck of the woods, I’ll seek opportunities to join in shooting them down. If ever there was a lunatic fringe, PETA is it.

    Rob
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    Rob

    I think people do have an expectation of privacy in the wild. The last thing anyone want’s to see is streaming video of a hunter squatting behind a bush, answering nature’s call.

    MontieR
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    MontieR

    Great, drone season just opened no bag limit.

    Stu Strickler
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    Stu Strickler

    Don’t spy on or harass people and you won’t have to worry.

    TSgt B
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    TSgt B

    Yo, PETA, do you have FLAK insurance?

    Kinda reminds me of Jethro Bodine hunting “golfs”.

    Neon
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    Neon

    Gonna have to invest in a 3.5″ 12Ga to get those hi-fliers. Don’t forget to clean up the battery packs after they crash. Don’t want a condor ingesting a ni-cad or some lithium.

    James n eman
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    James n eman

    I love trap and skeet. .Thanks people eating tasty animals I’ll enjoy this then shoot the animals and pose d for the other drones

    Spoon
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    Spoon

    Shoot ’em down…illegal to harass hunters and others using private or government owned lands in the pursuit of lawful outdoor activities.

    Ground these $340 whirly-gigs and be done with it.

    Cooleemee Edd
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    Cooleemee Edd

    Shoot them down, then ID their owners, repair and reprogram them to do whatever seems right…

    Jay
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    Jay

    A new type of skeet shooting to hone one’s skills?

    Jim
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    Jim

    I’d rather shoot the operators of them.

    kds
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    kds

    Open season on drones. NO LICENSE REQUIRED, NO BAG LIMIT. Cooking directions and recipes to follow.