Huh. Thats a carbon-fiber octocopter armed with a .45 Taurus Judge revolver. I wouldnt have selected a revolver for this little stunt. I doubt that the drone can handle the kickback (I could barely handle the kickback). Maybe thats why there arent any uncut shots of the contraption firing and actually hitting anything.
Actually, I wouldnt have done this stunt at all given the fact that creating a remote-controlled trigger is illegal in most states. From the Fish & Game code of California, Massachusetts, New Jersey, etc etc
3003. (a) It is unlawful for any person to shoot, shoot at, or killany bird or mammal with any gun or other device accessed via an Internet connection in this state.