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Old 03-07-2007, 12:31 AM   #11
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Originally Posted by TLyttle
Hey RonM, I would guess that he is in Victoria, simply by the description "snooty"...

If Douglas4 has a hill close by, then just ignore the club. Nearly any simple airplane makes a good trainer off the slope. Only real instruction has to do with not going downwind, and having a landing area at the bottom!
Hey, I've heard that term in Toronto too!

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Hello, If you interesting in high quality gliders from Europe check web
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Old 03-13-2007, 12:11 AM   #13
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slope or 2m glider...?

ive narrowed it down to 2 gliders. the spirit by great planes or the easy star by multiplex. I was gonna go powered aircraft but with the battery charging and breaking props and prop shafts and motors and firewalls breaking. "eek" i like the simplicity of the gliders. nice and quiet etc. you guys know what im talking about. i was looking at and hey some nice stuff. slopers look good too and the epp foam thing appeals to me. i just recently bought the axe cp heli from helimax to feed my heli addiction and like of rotary craft. but ive always fancied gliders too. :D
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