I am thinking even a good hose job might bring one down if it got close enough.
I use a hose professionally (work at a pool and clean it when closing) and am pretty good with it.
The law is barely catching up with the internet (and not doing a great job so far).
It will be interesting to see how this develops vis a vis the constitution and local interpretations thereof.
Since shooting at a drone is considered the same as shooting at an airplane by the FAA (and thus a federal crime),
does it not follow that operating one without a license should carry a susbstantial penalty as well?
Airplanes normally have to operate within strict guidelines of all sorts.
I don't understand why drones do not currently.