FPS Russia Sticks a Machinegun on an iPad-controlled Quadrocopter


FPS Russia has given yet another set of mannequins a really bad day by mounting a machinegun with 100 rounds of ammo on an iPad-controlled quadrocopter – a flying weapon that he affectionately refers to as “Sharleen”.

The flying gun is most impressive, as are FPS Russia’s aim and his liberal use of legally obtainable explosives.

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