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coondoggie writes: What might have started out a whimsical protest against government surveillance tactics has morphed into a little more than that as a small town in Colorado has found itself overwhelmed with requests and cash for a unmanned aircraft hunting license that doesn't exist — yet.
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Drone hunters lining up and paying out in Colorado

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  • A long time ago it was common to take bits of a coyote to
    one county for bounty and a different bit to another county.

    Add them all up, sell the fur, sell the carcass to mink ranchers
    and one could make a buck or two.

    Drone tail ( $25 one place), drone left wheel/skid ($49.50) to
    another place... soon you might get $0.001 per dollar
    spent by the DOD.

    Right now it is the sales critters that are telling all how valuable
    drone recon is... that remains to be seen.

    Personally I think this licence idea is silly way t

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