ANDOVER – Jeffrey Foster, 37, of Andover, Massachusetts comes from a long line of skeet shooters. “My father was a skeet shooter, my father’s father was a skeet shooter, his father, William Foster, well, not only was he a skeet shooter, but he actually invented the sport.”

Given his family history, it only makes sense that Foster has a passion for the game.

“It’s a great outlet for my need to shoot shit,” Foster said. “Or at least it was.”

Foster, inventor of a new sport, Drone Dropping, described why he felt it was time to take his favorite pastime to a new level and replace clay targets with drones.

“About three months ago I caught this guy hovering a drone over my teenager daughter while she was out back sunbathing” Foster said. “I saw red. Grabbed one of my semi-automatics. Once he was down, I took the drone and started target practice.”

Research shows that while most people are indifferent about skeet shooting targets, people actually harbor very strong feelings for drones and have a deep inner yearning to take them out.

A recent study by Harvard Community College determined that 62% of Americans think drones are “annoying and lame,” another 23% said they are “a nuisance that needs to be dealt with,” 7% said, “Wait, there’s a Community College?” and the rest self-identified as “drone pilots,” whatever that’s supposed to mean.

Foster said the new sport, which has been quoted by locals as “extremely therapeutic,” took off quickly and his Skeet Shooting club has now been replaced by Drone Dropping.

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