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09-20-2016, 04:08 PM #11Just call me Brian.. AMA: 688510 : Flying since 1998 took a 12 year hiatus 2003-2015 : Hanger :FT Arrow FPV "Scrach", FT Tiny Trainer "Speed Build", FT Scout "Scratch" , Old school balsa trainer from the 90s, Old School Hotliner Glider from the 90s. , FPV Vapor.
09-20-2016, 09:04 PM #12
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09-20-2016, 09:21 PM #13
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- Jan 2014
- Boston, MA
We still have coverage and that includes incidents I mentioned of planes hitting parked cars or people.
While we do reserve the field for flying during the season, it's still open for dog walkers, families, etc to stroll through.
While we still post rules such as: http://charlesriverrc.org/newsite/Fi...vis_rules.html
This is what the field looks like from the air:
As you can see, there aren't well defined areas (esp compared to the link on the club website)
In practice, people generally follow the one rule which is to not walk or fly over the winch area. Other than that, pretty much anything goes. There are days when there are DLG launchers in the middle, mixed with rocket launchers, winch launched soarers, and electric park flyers mixed with multirotor pilots racing around with FPV.KC1CHR
01-09-2017, 04:25 AM #14
Looks like this thread is getting old but if I remember right the AMA insurance will cover stollen airplanes and RC stuff.