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Old Feb 28, 2012, 02:14 PM
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Rob,

I was fortunate to get bitten by the airplane bug at a young age and always fiddled with static plastic models, rubber powered planes, then line control.
Sounds Familiar to me!!!! i passed the same steps.. but the fun and most enjoyed part was with Line Control or U-control, i remember my first plane was a Kit and after crashed a few times only the motor (Cox 0.49) was worthy and from that point i started to buy balsa and make my own designs of planes.. obviously flat planes (i don't remember the name of that kind of form of building).

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It is refreshing to see newcomers like yourself getting into the hobby from the building angle, as opposed to the usual foamy or ARF. Have nothing against either, but feel people will miss out if they do not try some form of building. It can be a little intimidating at first, and eventually it begins to make a little more sense.
I also agreed with you in this statement.
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