After yesterday’s drone attack on Moscow, residents of the capital rushed to buy up anti-drone guns, even despite the very high cost – about 1.5 million rubles. TASS writes about this, citing a source in the military-industrial complex.
“Demand for anti-drone weapons has really increased. Anti-drone guns are the most in demand,” — declared agency at Detector Systems, which sells UAV countermeasures.
At the same time, military expert Viktor Litovkin still does not recommend civilians to use anti-drone guns on their own, since the drone can crash in close proximity to a person or residential objects, which poses a danger to people’s lives.