Reply to post: Re: Where in "keep and bear arms" does it say anything about them not being attached to an aircraft?

Uncle Sam is asking Americans if they could refrain from slapping guns on their drones

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Re: Where in "keep and bear arms" does it say anything about them not being attached to an aircraft?

Completely unrelated, but in my country of residence, we have three defined legal terms that apply and can be loosely translated as ownership, possession and "wearing" ("bearing" would be a more idiomatic translation)

The way the "bearing" part is defined almost certainly excludes it being drone-borne (aside from that, it would fall afoul of our drone regulations just as in the US).

Come to think of it, remote triggering is explicitly banned as well.

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