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Radio control tree trimming

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  • Started 2 years ago by warlock
  • Latest reply from jmeeks49
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warlock
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Lighthouse
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RTFM :)

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warlock
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That would help but, these are tough to master.

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Lighthouse
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Open field would be better to start off with (but watch out for low flying ducks !)

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warlock
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True, maybe duck hunting could be this fellows forte.

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Lighthouse
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I always had a problem stuffing an orange in their bill. Suckling pig and an apple, piece of cake.

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warlock
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clementine Fit quite well.

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Lighthouse
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You obviously have bigger ducks than I do.

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warlock
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It's not the size of the wand that put the rabbit in the hat it's the magic in the magician.

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Lighthouse
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These must have been big ducklings


And the false bottom.

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warlock
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I'm eating pizza but, liked that vid. Pass on Clemintine however no dental insurance:)

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Lighthouse
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I have no insurance for anything.

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vistamike
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Don't go for trims (anything for the weekend Sir, did you see the match Sir etc from your local friendly barber).

As Lighthouse stated, Read The 'Factory' Manual

Helichopters are difficult to fly in an enclosed area!

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jmeeks49
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Mike,

not if he was a pilot LOL LOL LOL LMFAO!!!!

John

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