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J D 805/11/2019 13:55:07
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sam_0837.jpgAs per title and by " flyable" just fuel and fit battery or just battery for electric and glider types.

Going to need a print off labels for the new registration system.wink

I Have fifteen regular flyer ranging from Major Mannock to Micro Bee and another seven that can be taken out now and then by the criteria above.flight line

Peter Christy05/11/2019 14:02:17
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Too many! Fourteen, I think, plus around twelve helicopters!

Ranging from single-channel - complete with rubber driven escapements, via one with vintage "reeds", up to vintage full-house aerobatics and a couple of scale models. The helis are mostly vintage or scale, with a couple of (non-3D) aerobatic models.

Note to self: Must stop building......! surprise



Andy Meade05/11/2019 14:12:33
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My Excel file tells me currently 37 ready to fly (mostly gliders of course) yes

Martin Harris05/11/2019 14:29:40
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Quick count shows 15 - if you count those that just need a receiver swap there are rather more! Luckily, I have a sticky label printer...

Keith Berriman05/11/2019 14:33:11
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Yorkshire man Deep pockets Short arms

Only have 4 IC and 3 Electric

Brian Hammond05/11/2019 14:52:21
356 forum posts

About 20 ready to go.

SR 7105/11/2019 14:53:01
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Bob Cotsford05/11/2019 15:04:23
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Have Dymo, will label. I see a mass printing session in my future.

john stones 105/11/2019 15:29:42
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Just the one officer. wink

Chris Berry05/11/2019 15:33:18
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Simon Chaddock05/11/2019 15:54:13
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Too many.

However 6 do not need labels. They are all below 250 g! wink 2

Nigel R05/11/2019 15:57:40
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Of which half are small foamboard type.

David Davis05/11/2019 16:06:15
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Seven. All glow powered and balsa and ply except for one electric foamy. Another is in the course of completion and a ninth awaits minor repairs.

David P Williams05/11/2019 16:17:19
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9 fixed wing, 3 helicopters and 2 autogyros, mostly glow powered

brian sylvester 105/11/2019 16:25:30
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About 10 my wife says thats 9 to many

Speedster05/11/2019 16:30:05
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81 embarrassed I think I have a problem smiley

Jon - Laser Engines05/11/2019 16:35:50
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i think 10 airworthy and 20 waiting to be built.

And speedster, the allowable number of models is governed by the formula T = N +1 where T is total models permitted and N is the number you currently have.

As long as you buy them one at a time you are all good

Nigel R05/11/2019 16:49:41
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"And speedster, the allowable number of models is governed by the formula T = N +1 where T is total models permitted and N is the number you currently have."

I think you're mixing up desirable and allowable there Jon!

ken anderson.05/11/2019 17:18:06
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i have 15,all flyable.a few of them are hangar queens and really need to go to new homes...asap.

ken a model a home dept.

Maurice Lester05/11/2019 18:21:58
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I currently have 14 flyable - all electric or gliders - with another twin engined biplane @ 90% complete! SHMBO says why don’t I fly more and stop building!

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