Interesting idea… but I don’t like the idea of pointing a gun (real or fake) at a pet dog for an extended period of time, especially considering the trigger controls the feed of the leash. Might develop some unwanted muscle memory, and next time you pick up your real gun, all of the sudden your calling sparky for his walk and BLAM… try explaining that one. Not to mention the fact that some dumbass would probably call the cops on you thinking you somehow modified a real gun to act as a leash. Then the usual scenario plays out; the cops show up shoot your dog and then almost shoot you. *I kid I kid… sort of..*
Call me when they release the XM25 or the .50 BMG version.
The APMI XM395, cartridge uses a standard M934 high-explosive 120mm projectile body. In the nose, a GPS receiver and computer controlled aerodynamic directional fins keep the round on its programmed trajectory. Folding fins in the tail provide stability.
APMI also has a multi-functional fuse, which allows the round to be programmed to explode in the air, once it hits a hard surface or after it penetrates inside a target.
In order for the autonomous flight and fuse control to function properly, operators must input mission and GPS data from a fire control computer into the round using a setting device.