|George coleman 1||12/07/2016 04:55:29|
|6 forum posts|
Hello everyone, I am an R/C man myself and i have always been into helicopters, When i was younger my dad flew his R/C planes and they where great but then the helicopters come out, I was simply amazed. Anyway i am going to post on the forum somewhere else for some info on BIG R/C helicopters, if anyone would like to help follow me / have a look
|Rich too||12/07/2016 12:12:05|
2875 forum posts
no idea about helis, but I'm sure someone will help.
|Josip Vrandecic -Mes||12/07/2016 12:45:20|
2939 forum posts
Welcome George , no matter what you fly and what you like , it is good that we are together here...
|ken anderson.||12/07/2016 15:19:20|
8342 forum posts
welcome from me George....
ken Anderson...ne...1 welcome dept.
|Derek Stevenson||12/07/2016 18:15:50|
260 forum posts
Welcome from me as well, the more people the merrier we will be. It's a great place to get answers to all your queries. Picking the correct answers is more of a skill! I know nothing about helicopters just like to see anything that flies 😆
|Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator||12/07/2016 18:55:04|
15748 forum posts
Welcome on board George!
|john stones 1||12/07/2016 19:37:40|
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8268 forum posts
How do !
|chris evans 8||01/11/2016 01:08:20|
|9 forum posts|
hello george. fellow noobie here. First time i saw a helicopter (static) in the mid 1990s i was amazed by the tech it had, i didnt even need to see it fly to know what a machine it was! nowadays i guess glow is old hat with those Trex jobs tick tocking down the strip. not my thing really but quite a sight. I remember as a boy wanting a scale JetRanger after seeing a 'bodyshell' for sale in my LHS for about 70 quid and thinking that was the price for the whole model... great hobby!
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