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Name: Raymondbal
From: Raymondbal
Мне, как и большинству, очень интересно вести свой блог
<a href=https://twitter.com/yuriyd4dikarpov>Блог и Twitter</a>
Смотрите сами:))
Added: January 18, 2017 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: JefferyCoish
From: JefferyCoish
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Added: January 17, 2017 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: kenneth bellaver
From: san jose calif.usa
magnetic system 11.1 cost of of this kit

thanks ken.
Added: December 12, 2016 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Rusty Knowlton
From: Columbia, South Carolina, USA
I appreciate everything you've taken the time to share here on this website. It is my Go-To resource anytime I get stumped on a build or just curious about how something can be done. I refer my forum friends to your building articles whenever I feel they need to read up on some subject that will help them learn how to build a plane that will fly better.

I'm currently into Control Line Stunt, after sport-flying 1/2A since I was a kid... that was a pretty good while ago.
Thanks,
Rusty
Added: December 7, 2016 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Robert Burn
From: Los Angeles Calif
I am glad to have found your web site. There are not many people that are willing to freely share their knowledge (especially when they are right) too much wrong info is available on the web. I belong to a large club (over 225 members) and when I ask for help I either get the guys who don't know what they are talking about chiming in or the guys who do know refusing to share their knowledge... their attitude is learn by trial and error like they did. I truly hope your web site is here for a long time and not pulled down anytime soon like so many useful sites are. I am currently saving up to buy your magnetic building system it will make my models better and easier to build!
Added: October 16, 2016 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Ronald Boatright
From: Sebring, Fl.
The world of model aviation has changed. Craftsmen of any hobby would be in envious of the timeless gift you have provided by your dedication to this site. The wealth of information provided here is not only appreciated but required to ensure that this hobby will survive and not be lost to video games and ARF's.

After 25 years of making a living getting in the way of life, I returned to the hobby only to be dismayed by the fact that almost nobody builds anymore. I work 3 days a week in a local hobby shop and the builders get the best service I can give. Your site is one of the most promoted sourcesI use. I cannot thank you enough for what have done for the hobby.
Ron B.
Added: July 6, 2016 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: zurg
From: Southern Ontario
Thanks for the article on RC regulation. I can see you're speaking for many R/C flyers and modellers.
When I was a kid a 2-channel cost $650. I waited for about 45 years (!) before picking up an electric park flyer at a garage sale and having a go. I joined a club last week. Nice guys. Hope I don't turn out to be one of the appalling dilettantes you describe.
All I can say is I flew my simulator for at least 40 hours before my first real flight. Why? Because I'm thin-skinned enough to want to avoid avoidable crashes, or worse. The park flyer wore out its motor on the fifth flight so, wait for it, I replaced it. The guys are going to roll their eyes but (i) I still have 1 1/2 kids in college and (ii) for a $10 motor shame on me otherwise.
I don't know if I'll become the scratch-builder everyone admires. All I know is when I build a static 1:72 scale Hurricane time stands still.
Wish me luck Paul.
Phil
Added: May 30, 2016 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: allan kerr
From: tennessee
I often refer to your site, although I notice that there have been no update in years. I hope that you will return t the site, your work is greatly appreciated. Allan
Added: February 12, 2016 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
Submitted by Comments:
Name: Samuel E. Oughton
From: Hideaway, Texas 75771
This web site is the absolutely best place to get solid info for aspiring model builders or even ARF bashers.

Now there is a place I can send new modelers to for the how to.

Those of us in the hobby, are finding less and less folks delving into building AND flying R/C airplanes. We'd hoped the electrics would inspire interest in Model Aviation, but even that branch has become exorbitantly expensive. Batteries are expensive and dangerous.

Thanks again. No reply necessary.
Sam Oughton Rook37 Vietnam Vet.
Added: December 27, 2008 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  
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Name: Jese Shepherd
From: see last entry
Alright already !!--- remove the decimal point from the .424 dim, OR, remove the percent sign! Sorry to find out that at 87 I can still make mistakes. JFS
Added: December 23, 2008 Delete this entry  Reply to entry  View IP address  View E-mail address  

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