I don't fly it over other people's private property without their permission. If I did, I would have little right to complain if they shot it down.
So a gust of wind comes up and your drone is blown over your next door neighbors property, and he pulls out a shotgun and blows it away. And then takes the parts down to city hall and gets a bounty for it. How cool is that?
If I don't have full control over my drone, then I shouldn't be flying it. I get along fine with my neighbors, but in principle, I think they have a right to defend their privacy.
Or he sees it flying at the park and shoots it down.
Park land belongs to the government, and if they say "no drones", then I have no right to fly it there. I don't live in Deer Trail. I live in San Jose, California, and here flying drones in a park is fine. While flying my drone, I was only once approached by a police officer. He watched for a while, and then chatted with me about buying one as a birthday present for his son. Then he got on his bike and left.
You like that law? You think your drone is illegal just by itself?
My drone is not, and should not be, illegal. But flying it over other people's property without their permission, should be illegal.