Guerrilla Gadgets

Food for thought and experimentation.

8 responses to “Guerrilla Gadgets

  1. Johnny Paratrooper

    If I give my little cousin an AR-15 and 200 rounds of ammo and he makes 50% of his hits, that is 100 casualties.

    That’s Navy SEAL and Ranger levels of punishment on thy enemy.

    Hell, If he lands 10% of rounds that’s 20 casualties.

    LMAO.

    I only know Foxtrots, Flyboys, and Fisters with kill counts like that.

    • Jimmy the Saint

      All you need is a briefcase full of Walther PPKs and you can kill *thousands* without breaking a sweat, comrade.
      – Zombie Vasily Blokhin

  2. If he’s shooting at unarmed idiots there may be a point in your ramblings. That said, even unarmed idiots aren’t likely to just stand around and let that happen.

  3. The aerial space is getting crowded. Case in point — https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2019-05-09/kamikaze-dronebullet-knocks-enemy-uavs-out-sky — its an antiUAV UAV. The adrinioPilot with the addition of a contact lead could be used to develop a smart pop-up antipersonnel mine or intelligent claymore. Could also be the basis for a shoot and forget anti-tank weapon. Would require different sensors.

  4. Anonymous

    A rifle is like a fire extinguisher; it’s not to advance with, it’s to cover your retreat. Cheap drones will be used to advance.

  5. Anonymous has it.

    There is a slaughterbot factory somewhere in China producing millions of AI face, gait and voice-recognition, shaped-charge-loaded units programmed to everyone of significance on the Office of Personnel hack-derived list, NRA membership list, over-50 list, etc list.

    It lands on the eave of your dwelling like a moth, waiting for you to step outside. Then it’s splodeytime. Or maybe it’s an injection or misting of Ebola. That’s Ebola-Chan.

    The 12 Monkey’s t-fApist down your street is building one right now too.

  6. ghostsniper

    404
    The site you were looking for couldn’t be found.

    Small single use UAV with a 100 rd .410 minigun for CQ aerial combat. Launch it and forget it.

  7. Bonaventure | May 13, 2019 at 09:15 |

    No it did not. It decisively won every battle it went in to. And that was with it fighting with essentially both hands tied behind its back.

    VN can be succinctly summarized as follows:

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/1975-cbs-news-footage-shows-the-dramatic-evacuation-of-saigon/