I guess Ya missed the part about that ( $ 1/4 million dollar) fine if youThe FAA has no obligation to listen to anything we say, and coversely and reciprocally, we have no obligation to listen to anything they say*. I didn't sign anything that says I would obey any laws regarding use of the air, sorry.
II just did a quick read, maybe I missed something, but those Nevada laws seem entirely reasonable. What part of them suck?Here are the New Nevada laws , just out ; and they really suck :
Fly no higher than 400 feet; and no further than 400' away....
What part of them suck?
If your talking about the U.S. don't believe the news, A child does not have access to a fully automatic military assault rifle, "machine Gun" ownership has been outlawed for many years except for a select group of specialized people with very specialized and monitored permits.So every UAS currently used in the USA will be non-compliant, even those weighing only a few grams that pose no threat to people, vessels, vehicles or structures and anyone flying one, even a child flying a 'toy' drone in anything from their back yard to their parent's 1000 acre ranch in LOS in daylight in Class G airspace at minimal altitude will be criminalized.
As a manned aircraft pilot and also a hobby drone pilot I believe that this is madness of the first order.
As a bemused foreigner I find it extraordinary that that same child can have free access to an automatic military assault rifle. I guess for the time being Amazon hasn't found a way of monetizing that. Not yet anyway.
Source: Madison...since 1934 there are only four known instances of automatic weapons used in crimes where someone was killed. In three of those instances the weapons were legally obtained, with two of them illegally used by law enforcement officers.