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Suggestions for weapon to shoot down drones

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Lately I’ve been harassed by drones tryiing to potluck some of my honey holes

I have 12, 20 and 28 ga o/u’s I use to shoot clays. Would those work? Would the 28 be mor sporting? 6, 7 or 8 shot? Steel or lead?.
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If they are really bothering you then take our camera and get a good photo of the drone and some video of it "harrassing" you. Make sure the use binoculars first so you can see where their FAA registration # is so you can get a good picture of that. Then turn them in. Otherwise listen to Half Shell as you'll be breaking the law. If they are then turn them in. If they aren't then you are shit out of luck.
 

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Trust me, I’m writing a long ass monologue about just getting the f’ out your house and getting back to reality. Nothing that society fears exists out in nature. Not a single f’n one. Get out, be a kid again, take it all in. Put your stupid technology down and live in the moment!!
While I agree with the concept duck hunters have debated this for ever. What technology is ok and who decides?
Is your light weight skiff ok? It after all is technology far and above a metal or wood boat?
Is you outboard motor ok or do you have to go back to oars?
Is you sealed drag or even cork drag fly reel ok or do you need to go back to...all the way to a can with the line wrapped around it?
Is it ok to use a GPS and satellite mapping imagery?
And on and on and on.

I don't know the answer but this isn't as an easy concept as it sounds.
 
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