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now that the weathers changing for the worse its times like these when I wish I had access to a large indoor flying space,no freezing out side or wet feet but flying in normal conditions especially as the indoor models are getting so good,even using turbines,just come across this one,hope I'm not repeating other blogs but its new to me.
|Josip Vrandecic -Mes||14/10/2016 20:11:54|
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Hi Andy thanks , but Is it helium inside? ... All nice but a bit boring
|677 forum posts|
OK! - great achievement but totally unrealistic in flight. Jets are F A S T.
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They do look a bit silly (they obviously have very low weight), but I suspect the scale speed is actually not a million miles off - A10s are notoriously slow, a trait that meant they generally fly very low to avoid detection and reduce exposure to SAMs and enemy fighters.
|Bob Cotsford||14/10/2016 20:48:36|
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to be honest I think I'd rather watch the antics of a round-the-pole session
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Graceful flying like this is a rare event, beautiful to watch. Thanks Andy.
|David perry 1||14/10/2016 23:16:07|
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|Jets are FAST...Erm, not quite...ive seen a harrier doing zero knots|
Edited By David perry 1 on 14/10/2016 23:16:47
|john stones 1||14/10/2016 23:47:38|
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I enjoyed it, looked like fun
|Piers Bowlan||15/10/2016 03:59:25|
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Very impressive stuff. I wonder what the all up weight and wing loading is. Who would have thought that this could have been achieved just a few years ago, now we almost take it for granted.
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