Drones are a touchy subject for many people, especially after the government admitted to using them against Americans.
In many areas hunters have promised to shoot down any drones they see and now Deer trail, Colorado is trying to make it legal, and maybe even profitable.
The town board is looking into issuing special special hunting licenses just for those who want to squeeze off a few rounds at the little whirlybirds.
They may even go further and add a bounty of $100.00 for each one knocked down.
"We do not want drones in town, they fly in town, they get shot down,” Phillip Steel told ABC Denver.
Steel also thinks this could be a money maker for the city. Each license costs $25.00 and Steel thinks they’ll sell a boatload of them.
"Even if a tiny percentage of people get online, that's cool. That's a lot of money to a small town like us," a board member added.
The town will vote on the matter on August 6th and they hope to hold “open season” on drones just a few days later.