Chilean Protesters Used Lasers to Bring down Police Drone, and It Worked

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Re: Chilean Protesters Used Lasers to Bring down Police Drone, and It Worked

Post by Notenoughtime3 » Fri Nov 15, 2019 11:27 am

Impressive.

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Re: Chilean Protesters Used Lasers to Bring down Police Drone, and It Worked

Post by mrostov » Sun Nov 24, 2019 3:54 pm

Energy weapons are coming.... and legally they are NOT a firearm, plus, they have no bullets to restrict the supply of

https://gizmodo.com/the-spyder-iii-the- ... er-5560206

Mount one or more of these to an old rifle stock or use it's Picatinney rails to attach it to an existing weapon and use it to silently and permanently blind your enemies from a distance before they even know what hit them. Use a scope to be more precise over distance. At some point these small lasers will be powerful enough to burn a hole through a human in 1/100th of a second at 200 yards with zero flight time and absolutely no noise, other than some possible screaming.

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"With greater power comes the need for greater responsibility." That's actually what Wicked Lasers, the mad geniuses behind the Spyder III, wrote to us in an email describing this terrifying piece of technology. They wanted to make one thing very clear: this is not merely a laser pointer, and it's certainly not a toy. What it is, really, is a weapon.

The diodes in Casio's new mercury-free Green Slim projectors apparently allow for unprecedentedly powerful portable lasers, and Wicked Lasers has gleefully harvested them for the 1 Watt Spyder III. Comparing it to the $2000 Sonar, the company's reigning portable laser powerhouse, Wicked Lasers explains that the blue Spyder III laser is 2000 times brighter to the human eye, and, at $200, 1/10th the price.


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