In "Johnny Dronehunter," a low-rent Mad Maxian hooligan travels desert highways to a metal soundtrack. Spotted by cheap quadcopters, he does the only logical thing: shoot them. A lot. With a silenced shotgun. The video is listed as a trailer, subtitled "Defender of Privacy," and at the end it says "Coming Fall 2014," alluding to a larger feature. It also looks like an ad for SilencerCo, the company that made it. Requests for clarification from SilencerCo were not immediately returned. Regardless of the videos' true purpose, it at least captures at least a part of the zeitgeist: a fear of invasive drone surveillance, and resorting to violence to stop it. Last summer, the town of Deer Trail, Colorado, debated selling drone hunting licenses. While that failed, the idea that the answer to drone surveillance comes at the end of a gun persists. It's also misguided.