SPOTTING WITH DRONES

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bradleyhardacre
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SPOTTING WITH DRONES

Post by bradleyhardacre » 02 Apr 2018, 09:40

What do you guys think about spotting with drones... day or night. Is it OK?

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Re: SPOTTING WITH DRONES

Post by some bloke » 02 Apr 2018, 09:46

bradleyhardacre wrote:What do you guys think about spotting with drones... day or night. Is it OK?
I suspect there's too much to carry about if you are alone, then you'd likely miss an opportunity while you land the craft... But there may be a return home option so you can just drop the controller - maybe.

I think the shooter who doesn't make much noise is more knowledgeable about this. :lol:
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Re: SPOTTING WITH DRONES

Post by jrn » 02 Apr 2018, 10:08

some bloke wrote:
bradleyhardacre wrote:What do you guys think about spotting with drones... day or night. Is it OK?
I suspect there's too much to carry about if you are alone, then you'd likely miss an opportunity while you land the craft... But there may be a return home option so you can just drop the controller - maybe.

I think the shooter who doesn't make much noise is more knowledgeable about this. :lol:
It's the second of April today . :lol:

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Re: SPOTTING WITH DRONES

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Re: SPOTTING WITH DRONES

Post by bradleyhardacre » 04 Apr 2018, 11:02

Yeah well there you go. Hadn't even thought of 'airbourne beaters'. Inevitabley coming to your neck-of-the-woods eventually in some guise or other.


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