Is it easy to shoot down a quadrocopter from Kalash?
Due to numerous requests from its subscribers, the WarGonzo project decided to conduct a very interesting experiment: shoot down a copter. The film crew was prompted by the information that in almost all units of the RF Armed Forces, the military was obliged to learn how to shoot down Drones, which today are actively used in hostilities and pose a serious threat to the enemy.
Before the experiment, the project WarGonzo decided to listen to the opinion of a specialist who has real combat experience. The expert said that in the three years during which he had to fight, there were three hits: into the chamber, the blade and the battery. In this case, the drone did not receive serious damage. According to the expert, it is easier to remove such an aircraft using electronic warfare, rather than weapons. Hits from small arms are more likely an accident.
For the experiment, the presenter selected three types of weapons: a Makarov 9-mm pistol, AK (caliber 5.45) and AK (caliber 7.62). The film crew took the cheapest and simplest model of the aircraft costing 2-2,5 thousand rubles, which can be easily ordered online, as an object for destruction.
How will the crash test end and whether the lead manages to disable the kopter, you will learn if you look at the WarGonzo project “How to knock down the kopter from AK?”
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