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Member postings for Tom Sharp 2

Here is a list of all the postings Tom Sharp 2 has made in our forums. Click on a thread name to jump to the thread.

Thread: Saito exhaust repair
25/07/2017 00:58:35

Wizard of Oz columnist in RCM&E is a Saito specialist.

Thread: Great Planes Revolver chat
24/07/2017 18:45:54

70mm is dead on, just checked on an unbuilt one.

Thread: DC Sabre Prop/instruction sheet
24/07/2017 18:24:52

One thing about the old stuff, it makes you appreciate the new stuff.

Thread: Try not to catch a flying quad copter
24/07/2017 18:09:26

That's the point, any one can fly a Drone without training, they practically fly themselves.

Thread: 'Like' button
24/07/2017 11:56:21

I waste to much time of my life on this Forum already, let it stand.

Thread: DC Sabre Prop/instruction sheet
24/07/2017 03:28:45

A picture for Jon.

oldfuel.jpg

Still with some fuel in them. Circa 1955

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 24/07/2017 03:32:10

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 24/07/2017 03:40:32

Thread: 'Like' button
24/07/2017 03:11:53
My mobile (Samsung Galaxy) has a pop up which keeps saying 'Make this site mobile friendly', which doesn't bother me because I am not mobile friendly.
Thread: Digifleet Gear
24/07/2017 03:00:26

Do you mean the hand written instructions that came with the first heli set that came with giro.

Thread: Pull-Pull Control Systems
24/07/2017 02:53:59

Spitfire had one ton breaking strain wires on it's pull pull system, four wires on the rudder 2x2

Thread: Visiting the UK in September
23/07/2017 17:43:00

With all these recommendations it would be interesting to know where the OP finally ends up, please keep us posted Barry.

Thread: Destroyed Drone
23/07/2017 17:35:26

Will Fidget Spinners be included in the legislation?

Thread: Dunkirk
23/07/2017 17:28:04

There was a excellent program recently on the TV setting the record strait over the RAF actions at Dunkirk.

Could be connected

Thread: Visiting the UK in September
23/07/2017 17:14:21

Fleet Air Arm Museum, Yeolviton, Somerset.

Well worth a visit for a big collection of navy aircraft and related objects, plus a Concorde to walk through.

Thread: Destroyed Drone
23/07/2017 16:51:56
Posted by Alan Gorham_ on 23/07/2017 16:24:05:

If only there was some sort of mandatory registration scheme for drones, then you would have easily been able to identify the owner and return their aircraft.....

yes

Thread: Dunkirk
23/07/2017 16:46:19

Last time I went to the cinema was Jurassic Park.

I don't get out a lot. LOL

Thread: 'Like' button
23/07/2017 16:42:53

Or one of these if it's one of my posts. thumbs down angry

Thread: Proposed new drone legislation/registration
22/07/2017 19:01:41

How does one define 'Line of Sight'

With 20/20 vision, it could be the next county, but for us older flyers it could be the end of the runway.

22/07/2017 18:13:56

A lady from the relevant government department dealing with drone legislation was on the BBC news channel. She waffled on for several minutes but conveyed very little. When the newscaster lady asked about conventional RC planes the lady totally ignored the question.

Nuff said!

One thing that did transpire was that if you bought from British retailers you would  be registered, but if you buy from China, (Bang Good) Hong Kong (Hobby King) etc you won't need to register.

Edited By Tom Sharp 2 on 22/07/2017 18:22:38

Thread: Visiting the UK in September
22/07/2017 15:47:46

RAF museum in North London is well worth a visit, easy access from the M25.

While visiting the Peak District the Manchester museum of Science and Technology is worth a visit. Lots of Avro stuff there (local company) And if you take the wife, Coronation Street is just round the corner.

Thread: Dunkirk
22/07/2017 15:27:42

In the US they are complaining that the film is too grim, lacks sentimentality, lacks females and lacks none whites.

Still, Harry Styles used to live just across the road from me so I wish them luck.

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