If these existed, they’d instantly be banned for the same reason armor piercing ammo is banned most places; these anti-drone rounds are “cop-killers,” and drones are model citizens who are underpaid for the long hours of honest hard work they perform for your safety….
This of course ignores the fact that the “armor” in “armor piercing” refers to “armor” as in vehicles, because they were designed to penetrate steel vehicle bodies, not kevlar jackets. It also ignores that the “drone” in “anti-drone” refers flying robots that technically constitutional, somehow, but no one seems to know why because the legal justification is classified, which is also somehow legal (justification for the justification is probably also classified, spawinging an infinitely recursive loop).
But then these anti-drone rounds probably come in high-capacity clips that can’t be reloaded , have a range of over 50km , have terrain following abilities allowing them to curve around corners , and are made of silver enchanted by space dwarves that makes them instantly turn any type of undead creature into ashes, like the ones from the Blade series only not just for vampires because that would be racist (can’t find a youtube clip), which is to say that there is no legitimate use for them in hunting.
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