What an embarrassing way to die, right? But you can't hold it against yourself — the Shadowhawk is a sophisticated little devil: capable of speeds of 113km/h in heavy winds, all while recording live video footage. Kit Up! reports the diminutive dogfighter is currently looking for pirates in Africa, as well as American criminals. So if you rob a deli and hear a buzzing sound nearby, hold onto your pants, because there's a chance you're about to get hit with a kinetic stun baton launched from a remote-controlled helicopter. [Kit Up!]
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