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Old 05-06-2003, 09:58 PM   #1
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Old 05-07-2003, 05:58 AM   #2
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No you don't fly .40 size electrics in parks. They are just as deadly as a gas powered one. Even something small (under a few ounces) can cause damage in the wrong hands. I fly small electrics in a park, but never if there are other people around. buy yourself a GWS Litestick, it's cheap and a Slowflyer.
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i agree.....

I'll have to agree with airnut........ Your looking for trouble if your gonna fly a .40 size plane in a park regardless of it being electric. I've seen electric planes fly as well as gas at that size.......... you could seriously hurt someone or even kill them. I don't believe MAAC will even insure you flying in a park. I personally don't fly a plane anywhere other than a club. That way my MAAC is valid and I'm not indangering anyone but myself...... then again, there are other guys flying with me at the same time . Just be careful, eh. Thought i'd just mention it.........
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I agree. I don't think MAAC has addressed the issue of what qualifies as a Park flyer but I do know they only insure you at sanctioned fields/events.

Personally, I'll fly my GWS Tigermoth at a park but, nothing larger. And then I won't fly it if kids are playing nearby....
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