By Eric Adams
Posted 10.15.2003 at 12:48 pm 0 Comments
As hobbies go, flying radio-controlled helicopters is known to be one of the hardest to get into. It takes months to learn how to fly the notoriously difficult-and expensive-little machines, and invariably many parts are broken along the way. This is a huge deterrent to anyone even moderately curious about remote-controlled helicopters.
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