@stacksofplates A lot of the same issues persist. Tracking, negative thrust compensation, flight control.
You'd be better of strapping a gun to your drone, and manually flying it up to the other drone to just shoot it down with a remotely fired gun.
Which leads us back to the issues I pointed out originally.
Ok I'm not going to argue with you about this. If you attach another drone to a drone, it's not going to be able to carry it. Ever tried to fly a drone with a barely bent prop? They don't work, it would be nearly impossible to fly one with something attached to it that isn't carefully weighted in the center. And again, they have drones that can jam the signal and take control anyway.