The tiny plains town of Deer Trail, Colo., is considering issuing hunting permits for government drones and offering bounties for debris from a shot-down government drone.

The town would likely become a government attraction for gun enthusiasts and people skeptical of government surveillance if its residents approve the permits during Oct. 8 voting, reports The Denver Channel.

The city would charge $25 for drone hunting licenses which would be valid for one year. The town would also offer $100 to anyone who brings in debris from an unmanned aircraft from the federal government.

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