This is a video demonstration of the autonomous Airspace drone hunting quadrocopter. It shoots a net to disable its prey and carry it safely back to authorities. Or, in my case, back to GW's Used Drone Superstore.
Using machine learning software that's constantly improving the Airspace's autonomous capabilities, a user can either specifically target a nearby drone using a mobile app, or the flying sentry can identity them itself using " machine vision and deep learning to detect anomalies in the sky and classify rogue drones."
Obviously, since it can only fire one net at a time, the key to successfully bypassing Airspace drone security is sending in a decoy drone first. Then you fly your real drone in and drop the dirty bomb or whatever the hell you're doing. "I'm trying to fly weed to my friends in prison." That's very admirable of you.
Keep going for the video.
Thanks to James, who agrees shotguns are the answer.