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Old Dec 13, 2012, 03:06 PM
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Vad, dont mean to be rude, its interesting to hear about how it is over where you are, but you need to stop denying everything we say, it seems youre going out of your way almost.

Also dont mean to be rude, but saying no one has time for training is bull. If someone wants to get in this hobby and skip learning how to fly, this is not the hobby for them. Also, some of the most enjoyable planes are the easiest to fly.

Just try to refine your skills a bit, give a little rudder when you initiate a turn with ailerons and rudder, practice a lot of rudder at slower speeds for flatter turns, how you can use it to line up on the runway, do circuits very low and slow, make mock landing passes five or ten feet off the runway, things like that. Also, what other planes do you have? The Mig is not the best plane to practice things on!
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