RC Multicopter Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Other Toys/Hobbies' started by sgtraven, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. Ratzz

    Ratzz Member

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    I'm not used to any mode, I don't and have never owned one. I doubt the one linked is the one I would buy either, there appear to be better, larger and more capable drones that are also well under 100gm. It's just a brainfart at this point in time, but if its legal and I can find something with suitably decent reviews at a suitable price, something I'd definitely like to do.

    I just hate those fucking crows :lol: If their noise was even vaguely musical, I might feel differently, but its not the kind of bird noise you like to hear waking up in the morning.

    I do have a broader interest in getting a serious drone sometime, which of course I'll need to fly elsewhere. In the short term though, chasing crows would be a cool way to wet my feet, so to speak.
     
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  2. caspian

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    a much more efficient way of convincing crows to go somewhere else is a pellet gun. surprise, we can't be trusted with those either.
     

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