The small town of Deer Trail, Colorado, home to about 500 people, is aiming to become the drone hunting capital of the United States.


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Local officials are considering issuing permits to allow residents to shoot down unmanned federal government aircraft that flies over the town!


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The resident who came up with the idea, Phillip Steel, says the ordinance would be "very symbolic" and he admits he's never seen a drone over Deer Trail. He also said he realizes that taking such an extreme action would be a federal crime.


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The proposal calls for residents to pay $25 to obtain their drone hunting license and says that the town will give $100 to anyone who shoots down a drone.