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Member postings for Mowerman

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Thread: A Very vintage vintage
17/02/2018 16:09:52

Looks great, hope it flies as well as it looks,

Thread: Hinges
28/01/2018 11:09:44

Cheap glasses and sun glasses - Poundland or similar , guess how much !!

Edited By Mowerman on 28/01/2018 11:10:40

Edited By Mowerman on 28/01/2018 11:10:57

Thread: C130 Hercules
14/01/2018 16:22:19

Looks great good luck for the Maiden

Thread: Full size electric flying
17/12/2017 11:02:53

​I like it, but would he get a permit to fly it here in UK?

Edited By Mowerman on 17/12/2017 11:04:08

Thread: APC tiny bite
14/12/2017 11:30:46

Once spent ages trying to start a PAW 15 with APC prop, as a precaution I was wearing leather gardening gloves, after some time and many attempts I felt as if my finger we getting wet then found the glove and finger badly cut. Used a chicken stick there after.

Thread: Spektrum iX12
09/12/2017 11:35:25

Music as you fly, Why?

It seems that many people today are not able to do any thing without some drug addled pop star screaming in their ears or another spouting rap cos he can't sing for ??This will mean that even with a quiet electric model they will not be able to hear when the motor stops.

teeth

Thread: Need an Electrical Appliance Item Quickly?
25/11/2017 21:50:50

Percy

Sadly that seems to be the case in many small rural villages, the price of a 'place in the country'

Thread: Guns in Society
25/11/2017 15:57:29

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Just a small point, the law that allows Americans the right to be armed was started when there was very little law enforcement and the 'native Americans ' were trying to protect their lands against the 'white -man', The weapons available at that time were mainly non- automatic and often muzzle loaders . Times have changed and so have the weapons available. but the law has not kept pace with technology.

Thread: Eric "Winkle" Brown
24/11/2017 20:06:48

I watched the program again last night ( I had seen it when first broadcast ) then I thought , footballers, news readers, comics ,pop singers and lots of 'party contributors' get knighthoods !

Does that make you feel proud to be British?

angry

Thread: Can't get hold of Phoenix...
23/10/2017 15:24:46

BRC have them, or did a couple of weeks ago.

Just after I bought mine a nice person gave me one surprise

Thread: 'Bitty' multi purpose micro glider
18/10/2017 16:20:03

Amazing, A lot of effort to make the cradle

 

Edited By Mowerman on 18/10/2017 16:22:47

Thread: Did you start with ARTF and move to building from kits or vice versa?
12/10/2017 16:43:40

I'm with those who started with kits and plans. A couple of ARTF I had were not a great success !

Thread: Anet A8
05/10/2017 19:21:14

And it looks good !

Thread: New canopy?
24/09/2017 12:41:48

Painting clear plastic (pop bottle) mouldings, if done on the inside gives a good high gloss finish. Great for cowls.

Thread: Useful Yoghurt Pots Maybe
16/09/2017 11:38:24

Many years ago people used the black bases from plastic bottles for cowlsthen they stopped making them then Alex Whittaker designed a scale model using a soup pot as a (very convincing) cowl then they changed the type of pot, Be warned if you think this will be useful, stock up now.

Thread: Forum members' new models: Let's see them.
11/09/2017 12:47:03

The Fun 400 mot flown yet

femto #4c.jpg

11/09/2017 12:40:44

The Femto Fun 400 with brushless motor in place of geared speed 400.

 A new build of a model I built a few years ago, From an old free plan from AMI December 99. Updated for brushless .femto #4.jpg

Edited By Mowerman on 11/09/2017 12:43:26

Edited By Mowerman on 11/09/2017 12:51:23

Thread: A Depron Sea Vixen.FAW2
03/09/2017 14:33:08

Hi Simon sad about the first flight crying.

Happy to see you repaired it so quickly yes

Looking forward to the video

Thread: noise restrictions
30/08/2017 17:08:23

A lot of this comes down to personal perception, one mans heavy rock is another mans b... awful racket !

29/08/2017 16:19:30

I An article in Sunday's mail about noise in restaurants listed places with noise levels regularly over 82 dB with some reaching over 100 dB. It would seem that some people actually like it the louder the better.

I personally hate loud 'music' in pubs, restaurants and bars weather juke box or live. In fact in my opinion high volume used by live performers is generally in order to mask lack of talent.

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