Welcome to the future, where human-on-drone violence is officially a Thing.
Privacy-concerned gun owners across the lower 48 have taken a scorched-earth policy toward the personal camera-carrying quadcopters.
While opening fire is definitely not recommended from a legal perspective, anyone who's ever been spied on by one of these little buggers can understand the impulse to go ballistic.
There's now a line of ammo explicitly designed to help us prepare for the drone apocalypse. The 12 gauge 3" shotgun shells, by Snake River Shooting Products, are billed in exclamation point-heavy marketing materials as the premier solution for "defending against drone-based privacy and terror concerns!"
On a similar note, this Sons of Anarchy-style ad for the
Salvo 12 Shotgun Silencer is basically porn for drone-hating gun lovers.
But before you go all Pulp Fiction, recall the hefty fines for pumping robot spies full of lead.