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Member postings for Andrew767

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Thread: Phoenix Quisling
09/02/2019 00:37:26
Posted by Wookman on 09/02/2019 00:17:55:

Bit rude Andrew?


07/02/2019 22:03:00


Having seen some of the models Pat, he probably should have....


07/02/2019 19:25:03

No one remember this??.


06/02/2019 17:14:58


I had one of these but never assembled it. Eventually sold on ebay. If i remember correctly it's a low wing aerobatic slope soarer. It was reviewed in Radio Modeller , i can't remember when but late 90's. Perhaps a forum member with a back catalogue could pull it out. KC??.


Thread: World Models Pilatus Porter P6
02/02/2019 15:56:43

Looking good Eric...

Keep going,this is a really interesting thread. Until this, i wasn't aware that the WM planes were available as kits.Something to think about.


Thread: Litho Plate Wanted
29/01/2019 16:53:37

Stearman 65

PM me an address and i'll get some in the post. Might be weekend before i can do it though.


Thread: Do You fly Drones? An opportunity to explain why
05/01/2019 21:28:25

Sorry Geoff

I'm not interested enough in what the Giddy One thinks to fill in the form....The Daily Mail for left wingers!!


Thread: Dave Burton (BEB)
31/12/2018 21:20:58

I could hardly believe it when i saw this thread.

I joined the forum in 2007 and Dave has always been here offering advice and calmly judging over any issues. I don't know what to say,it's such a shock that he won't be here or in the magazine anymore. God bless to Dave and his family. And Dave.....Thanks for all your help over the years.


Thread: 3D starter plane
27/12/2018 17:54:00

+1 for the Hummer


Thread: Recommended First Balsa Kit
24/12/2018 20:33:33

Just a thought...but what about an Acro Wot?...Fairly simple to ease yourself into building but interesting enough for a B Cert holder to fly.


Thread: Prop Clearance Question?
22/12/2018 06:49:50

Same as Don but do use a wattmeter.


Thread: Gatwick drone incident
21/12/2018 22:59:41
Posted by Andy Ellis 1 on 21/12/2018 22:23:44:

Chaps, we're all missing a fantastic opportunity here. Remember how Hurricanes and Spitfires were scrambled in the Battle of Britain to counter aerial threats? Remember ch 4 Model Squadron? Who's up for FPV Spitfires flying up to capture/shoot down drones? How much would that raise our profile?

Sorry, only on my 2nd bottle tonight....

Second bottle of what?? laugh


Thread: 120" Majestic Major-General (electric)
21/12/2018 20:40:45


Watching this with interest...Great idea.


Thread: Gatwick drone incident
20/12/2018 19:42:11
Posted by Lima Hotel Foxtrot on 20/12/2018 19:36:24:

We're assuming the drones are being flown by people. What if they've finally become self aware! AAAAARGH! Run for the hills!


Thread: lndoor model anybody?
19/12/2018 22:20:07

Sakura...Available from Banggood or in the uk from Robotbirds...complete set £48.00

Don this looks like a really good plane. Will be interested to see how you get on.


Edited By Andrew767 on 19/12/2018 22:21:14

Thread: Christmas Advent Competition updates!
18/12/2018 21:23:10

Mine arrived today. Thank you RCM&E..


Thread: Decided on 60cc aircraft expressly designed for electric flight
04/12/2018 20:47:23


Can i just say...I don't post very often but i have really,really enjoyed this thread. I would never build or fly anything quite so big as this but nevertheless it has been a real learning curve.Sorry about the stupid question about RXs and carbon fibre earlier (i know nothing about airframes with C/F) but otherwise fantastic!!...Thank you for posting this and i'm glad all went well...


Thread: which is cheaper,IC or ELECTRIC?
28/11/2018 20:14:51
Posted by PatMc on 28/11/2018 20:03:48:

Engines don't have souls (does anything ?), they are lumps of various metals hacked into shape, assembled and made to function by the application of the correct mixture of fuel & air.
There sole useful function is to provide power, which is exactly the same function of an electric motor.


Would be nice if someone could explain what this soul is,other than merely something that they like.


Thread: Lest We Forget.
11/11/2018 23:52:21

Sadly very true John, but we can never really understand because we've never been there. All we can do is remember and be grateful that we'll never have to go through it...


11/11/2018 22:24:05
Posted by J D 8 on 11/11/2018 20:36:31:

Posted some time ago on this site but I think a repeat is all right given the date.

The picture is of my grandfather John Rees Evans of Conway and was taken in January 1918.

He survived the great war but a few year's later when my mam was just seven or eight he took his own life.flight line

Very moving JD8 and so very,very sad...


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