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As drones become more prevalent, it's more and more crucial to know how to take down any rogue ones. Sure, you can use eagles, or drone-jammers, or confetti cannons, or a DIY net gun. But if the drone just happens to be hovering directly in the path of your rocket-propelled katana, why not just use that?
That happens to be the exact position YouTuber David Windestal found himself in, after having taken the time and effort to build said rocket-propelled katana, which was no easy task. While the utility of such a device is probably pretty questionable, the effect it can have on a drone is impressive to say the least.
On the plus side, now he has two drones. Sort of. Technically.