Some of the context in this thread is one of the reasons I don't visit this place as much.:cuckoo:
For christ's sake lighten up.:| Its a child dressed up in makeup, its halloween FFS.
Believe it or not its not real blood.:bonk:
In order to fly at any BMFA (British Model Flying Association) affiliated club you need a certificate of at least a BMFA "A" standard acheavement unless you have supervision from an existing certificate holder... A bit like driving a car under supervision on "L" plates.:)
Indoor contra's could well be classed as toys I agree because they can hit you and it wouldnt cause any damage.:)
Could you say the same if a T-Rex 700 hit you fitted with 710mm carbon fibre blades rotating at 2000rpm..:geek:
Sorry guy's we will have to agree to disagree on this subject.:|...
I beg to differ on the opinion that these machines are called toys matey and if you think any different you really shouldn't be flying them.;)
Would you class a chainsaw as a toy.....:geek: these helicopters can do the same damage in the wrong hands.:gag:
Was a good day Richard and glad...