When gun-shooting drones take over the skies, maybe only those with a special drone gun will be safe. Well, some people might argue that all guns are drone guns, but still, the DroneDefender made by Battelle is pretty cool.

It's the first anti-drone weapon developed for use in the U.S., as Motherboard points out, and it can stop a commercial drone dead in its tracks and even force it to land. 

The DroneDefender reportedly uses radio pulses to disrupt the signal between the drone pilot and the drone itself, forcing the drone to activate its security protocol. In the case of most commercial drones, that means landing right there. 

Of course, if you're looking for something way more dramatic, the DroneDefender can't possibly compete with this guy...

According to Battelle, the DroneDefender "has not been authorized as required by the rules of the Federal Communications Commission," and won't be for sale until it is. Even then, it's not likely it will be available to the general public, but would more likely be a tool for government agencies and law enforcement.