Where you're looking: it's not where the quadrocopter is in the video.
This is a video from that fake Ruskie guy of a quadrocopter with an attached machine gun. The video was sponsored by Call of Duty, presumably because the machine gun quadrocopter will be a usable weapon in the upcoming game. It's fake (especially considering the self-destruct at the end), but still worth a watch. Not unlike the celebrity sextape where I CG'd my face on top of the starlet's. "I'm gonna be honest, GW -- you make a good Paris Hilton." Ugh, I wish I had bigger boobs!
Hit the jump for the video.
Thanks to Jorge, Michel, Ben, motobike and Christopher, who don't need machine gun quadrocopters to attack their enemies from above because they can all control birds with their minds.
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