What to Get For Your (or your kids') Very 1st Parkflyer, IMO (download PDF in Post 1)
I love airplanes, and I want to share this love with more people. Getting into RC can be expensive and complicated, but I hope to reduce both the cost and the complication by helping more people get into RC.
I'm not affiliated with any of the links/companies I recommend. I just love RC.
To the skeptics: If you don't believe me, please *open your eyes* and look at all of the many links in the documents I have posted, and you'll see many different companies and sources, including even TowerHobbies and RadioShack just to name a couple.
Please click link directly below to download the PDF to learn more and share with others (I've put it on a free Google Sites website for easy updating). Once you get to the website, click the link above the PDF and go to File --> Download.
Note: I will someday post another document which contains more "traditional," expensive name-brand airplanes from places like TowerHobbies, Parkzone (HorizonHobby), etc, but just haven't been able to get to it yet. However, this plane document isn't even my focus anyway, as distributing the ebook below (if there is even any interest from people in seeing it) is my primary intent.
...So, here is the primary document I've been working on, which I aspire to be an informational ebook about some of the more obscure details of RC aircraft which can be difficult to come by. It also has a download link directly above the PDF once you go to the website: