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The county is getting drones for everything including code enforcement for inaccessible properties.
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>>2207194
FLIR is not an issue if your subsurface dwelling is covered by at least 4-feet of earth and has a remote exit.
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You only have to worry about that if you're white. San Bernardino County does not enforce laws against non-whites.
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I have been thinking about drone detection. A alarm device that could detect the control signals for a drone. Perhaps direction finding to locate the operator.
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>>2207194
Just another way for the White Man to keep us down.
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Let's see if the drone likes my pipe bomb.
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>>2207194
shoot it down
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>>2207203
Itradasting. Esplain pls
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>>2207194
>Drone to enforce CoC
>>>/discord/
>>>/gnome/
>>>/lgbt/
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>>2207194
do you think drones are high tech or expensive or something
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>>2207478
They probably charge the gubmint $30k for each one of those.
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>>2207366
This, get some magnum #5 buck turkey loads or some shit.
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>governments fly drones onto your private property to fine you for not building things how they want

land of the free...
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>>2208371
Yeah well you don't own the airspace above you land so you're SOL there.

Nothing they couldn't do with satellite imagery before, this is just more accessible now.
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>>2208384
Current case law says I have property rights to around 500 foot vertically above my property. Before this decade is out I'm literally going to be forced to buy an anti-drone mitigation device aren't I
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>>2208413
Probably, you'll just want to find a way to conceal it very well. If you're going to reference current case law you'll also find you'll be liable for any damage you inflict on a drone
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>>2208425
>>2208413
Don't deliberately inflict damage then, just set up radio interference
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>>2207194
Wonder if they like triangle waves
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>>2208428
>just set up radio interference
FCC Part 15
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>>2207194
Get a drone yourself and fight their drone in manly 1 on 1 combat
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>>2208450
Drone wars, I'd watch
Must see TV
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>>2208445
Seriously though, if this is an actual concern and you believe they are infringing on your lawful airspace without a search warrant you can sue them. If it's the local gubmint they would have to comply.
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>>2208445
Herf gun
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>>2208425
Just as I am not liable for gunshot wounds to human trespassers I will not be liable for electronic wounds to drones that have violated my airspace.
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>>2208524
Have fun with that in court. Fun fact, you are.
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>>2208522
My nigga, I came here to post this.
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>>2208525
You imply I'd step foot in a court. I will not. I've been setting up my nice rural property for 4 years now to enjoy a peaceful lifestyle and with it, many many mitigation devices as my budget allows. They're all human now, I'm annoyed that I'll have to research machine mitigation now too but I guess I will this winter.
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>>2208524
Fantasy. They would throw the book at you.
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>>2208529
I hope they like cartridge traps
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>>2208525
Judges and lawyers are bulletproof, untouchable, and some might say immortal and unable to feel pain.

https://youtu.be/kLWvu51Vk4E
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>>2208531
>>2208528
This guy is just coasting until he comes in contact with the authorities. Then I give him between 1-16 hours before he is shot dead by the law.
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>>2208528
Then you'll be surrendering default judgement to the state and they'll seize your property if you don't pay whatever punitive damages they decide upon.

Don't care one way or the other dude, seriously. Just telling you the way it is. The FAA regulates drones, so you'd likely end up in even more troubled waters if even just to set an example.
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>>2208660
This guy's right, but I like the idea of knocking their drones out of the sky and just making a graveyard of state drones on your property.
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>>2207397
Literally just a signal jammer. You can get them off chinkmart for a penny.
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>>2208660
Are they not considered to be commercial aircraft when they're being run as a business operation like the third party that has the contract from San Bernardino county?
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>>2208712
>signal jammer
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>>2208524
>violated my airspace
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>>2208737
No, drones are drones. They have special regulations for them, some of which were just changed and implemented a couple of months ago. Licensed drone operators can do just about anything they want within some small limitations.
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>>2209010
>They have special regulations for them, some of which were just changed
Yup. Private drones now banned at border areas. Still ok to buzz over your outhouse though.
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>>2207194
REEEE drones. I'm an archery fag that lives near a trailer park that fills up with people during the holiday seasons where every second idiot has a fucking drone. I want to say "shoot them down" but I got in a legal mess for doing it once and still seethe about it.

Look up pic related on Aliexpress

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000066701710.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.1ea13260cu20Lx&algo_pvid=fa6fcc14-ca05-4afa-aea8-c2786b889b1f&algo_exp_id=fa6fcc14-ca05-4afa-aea8-c2786b889b1f-4&pdp_ext_f=%7B%22sku_id%22%3A%2210000000172091975%22%7D

>Drone Jammer UAV Jamming Module 433 Shield
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>>2209171
sorry anon wrong picture. pic related. little pi-looking boards with coaxial outputs for around $40
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>>2207194
Look, I know that they don't work that hard, and are quite dumb, but should you really be calling them drones?
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>>2207194
Those drones probably cost 10x what they should, while still being vulnerable to the old "cast a lead weight on 20lb test fishing line with a fishing pole" trick.
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>>2207194
True story time

Dude in county who allows the army to run exercises on his land had a few (Idk what to call them but high roofed open buildings, tin roof on stilts) for them to use for adminastrative stuff.
Gets a bill in the mail for buildings with squere footage.
>thefuck.jpg
Turns out government was using satellite pics to look for buildings off the road and taxing accordingly.
He took of the roofs and makes them spread tarps between the posts now.


Its a building way back in the woods, no buissness or residence attaced and the county fucking tax office is getting data from someone with satellites to tax people 20 or 40 bucks a year... Fucking spooks man.
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>>2207259
Yes the blast radius should reach the drone no problem. And the ATF totally won’t show up with the long dick of the law.
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>>2208371
Post location or fuck off.
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>>2209582
I would be completely OK with it if they stopped with code enforcement entirely and just taxed people based on square feet of roof visible from above.
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>>2207203
just use some drone antennas and pick random signals, if anything is detected use that signal for trigger an alarm
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>>2208528
>Larping this hard
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Best thing to do is to build a flamethrower drone and take it down. Try sneaking up behind it , or else you might have to engage in a dogfight. Point is, if it doesn't see you take off or operating it, they don't know who's drone it is.
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>>2209603
that would just punish rural fags and benefit coasties
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>>2209603
Yeah busting a guy for a few bucks a year because he dropped some 2×4s into holes, tossed a tin roof on it so he can dress deer in the dry is government overreach.
So is checking your code by drone. Both are wrong, one is further than the other yes but both are fucked.
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https://youtu.be/uhbuEUoxntQ
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Attract an eagle to your property. Nesting eagles have no tolerance for drones. They'll do the work for you and you can't be held liable for what mother nature does on her own.
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With the faa rules about being line of site now, doesn't they mean they have to take their truck somewhere fairly close first?
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>>2210002
>rules for thee but not for me
>t. the government for the past 20 years
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>>2210018
more like
t. the government since mesopotamia
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>>2209896
Does this work? Do hawks do this as well? That would be terrific
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PULL!
>>2207494
They're all plastic, the propellers are plastic. #8 would do just fine.
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>>2207195
>entirely subsurface dwelling
Nice larp
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>>2208371

OP specified he lives in commiefornia.
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>>2207366
Lol, that's the same offense as shooting down any aircraft.
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>>2208371
The airspace above your property is not your property. Please manage your expectations.
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>>2210334
I only know about eagles; law enforcement uses them for the purpose, I don't see why you couldn't. I've seen hawks be vicious to other birds but never observed them with a drone.
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>>2211347
I’ll have to keep an eye out. I’ve got a bunch of hawks on my property and one of my dipshit neighbors has been flying a drone around, hopefully they stomp it
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>living in California
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>>2209582
This is nothing new, they've been doing this for years. Even rural counties will buy new satellite images yearly and compare them square by square to the previous years' looking for new construction. I had a building inspector come to me with a printout from the satellite image to fine me.

Fun fact, I've pointed this out to people on /diy/ who are building without permits and get hit with "durrr you're a conspiracy theorist idiot" multiple times.
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>>2210702
>Low barrier to entry
Then get the police helicopter too.
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>>2211388
>"durrr you're a conspiracy theorist idiot"
What we usually tell you is that your anecdotal experience doesn't apply to every other location in the USA. In my county, the permits office is a single guy who works 4 days a week. He's not scouring every square foot of the county on satellite images yearly.
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>>2211842
Now you're moving goalposts. Depending on which anon you are, you said they didn't do it in rural areas, and told me I was full of it when I told you they did in my rural county.



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