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Okay this is pretty freakin' sweet... quadrotor rc flying gun. But I think the coolest part is the self-destruct function.

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Hmmm I couldnt put small model rockets on my F105D ducted fan RC because its illegal but you can mount a machine gun to a rc helicopter?
im russia sure... here ... no

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Hmmm I couldnt put small model rockets on my F105D ducted fan RC because its illegal but you can mount a machine gun to a rc helicopter?
Huh, Who wouldnt allow that? Is there some law?

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Huh, Who wouldnt allow that? Is there some law?
yes there is a specific law governing the RC planes and their allowable power sources etc.

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yes there is a specific law governing the RC planes and their allowable power sources etc.

not talking bout power source, but to fire rockets
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hence the etc

just going form memory:

rc planes cannot be rocket powered
cannot have purposely detachable components such as bombs missiles projectiles
(bombs are a gret area as there are bomb drop competitions done with flour baggies lol)

internal combustion piston engines cannot have stuff like nitrous on them supercharging/ turbocharging is allowed
turbines require a waiver/ certification thing

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hence the etc

just going form memory:

rc planes cannot be rocket powered
cannot have purposely detachable components such as bombs missiles projectiles
(bombs are a gret area as there are bomb drop competitions done with flour baggies lol)

internal combustion piston engines cannot have stuff like nitrous on them supercharging/ turbocharging is allowed
turbines require a waiver/ certification thing
so you cant buy one of those turbine rc planes without a cerrtificate or permit? what if i wanted to buy one, put it together and then go to my local park or empty lot and fly my new $2000 200 mph rc plane and wad it up on take off as i dont know shit about flying? i could do that if i wanted to?

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oh ya theres nothing gonna stop you from dropping the cash to buy one.

but for insurance coverage through the american modeling association and in general to use designated flying fields youll need the waiver

but no one will stop you from buying building and subsequently destroying it

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hence the etc

just going form memory:

rc planes cannot be rocket powered
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internal combustion piston engines cannot have stuff like nitrous on them supercharging/ turbocharging is allowed
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This and the NAR prohibits launching model rockets beyond 15 deg from verticle.

Been reading some that an electronic trigger would make it fall into MG territory. Cant find anything concrete on that though. Still its incredibly STUPID to mount a firearm to a RC aircraft. Glitches could become rather interesting.

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