Ukrainian company Kvertus Technology has developed a long-range anti-drone rifle according to an article published by The Register and reported in UAS Vision. The Antidron KVS G-6 uses radio signals to interrupt control, remotely disabling them, with a reported range of 3.5 km (2.17 miles). The gun can disrupt 2.4GHz and 5GHz remote control and video transmission, GPS L2 (and L1) and GLONASS signals, according to the maker. It also has disk, amplified, and directional antennae. Kvertus has manufactured more than 80 KVS G-6s, with over 100 on order, says the article.