Your Federal Quarterly Tax Payments are due April 15th Get Help Now >>

Daredevils and Remote Control Gasoline Powered Helicopters by MaggieMills1

VIEWS: 0 PAGES: 1

									Daredevils and Remote Control Gasoline Powered Helicopters

I wouldn’t recommend you purchase a remote control gasoline powered
helicopter unless you are really an experienced helicopter flyer and have
a bit of daredevil quality to you. Basically, these machines are
dangerous, dirty, and difficult to fly, and you can really get hurt if
you don’t know what you’re doing with them.

My recommendation is to stick with the lower priced electric models, and
only fly them in good weather, unless you find yourself really growing
bored with them. It might be all right to purchase one of these gasoline
powered models, but you should keep in mind that you need to get a permit
to operate them, and they can only be operated during a specific time of
day and a specific weather pattern.

These restrictions are placed on helicopter flyers because there have
been reports of accidents with remote control gasoline powered
helicopters crashing and burning because a spark ignited the gasoline.
As in any case, when you are working with a machine that runs on
gasoline, you really need to be cautious, and the problem is that most
people that are naturally cautious are just not as likely to want to
purchase a remote control gasoline powered helicopter. So you end up
with these daredevils that are out flying their gasoline powered
helicopters, and when one of them crashes, everyone has to look out
because the person that crashed it would probably just think it was
funny. It can really grow to be a dangerous situation if not controlled.
I know about this personally, not because I was the daredevil in the
situation, but rather because I was one of the people standing nearby
when a daredevil crashed his remote control gasoline powered helicopters
into each other one fall day.

Not only did they both burst into flames, but there were dried leaves
nearby, and these leaves also ignited. Ultimately, it turned into quite
a scary conflagration, and I really am happy that I happened to be
playing in the sand near a water source with my son, because I was able
to grab one of the pails we were using for sand castles and fill it with
water to put out the fire. That was one of the very few instances in
which I saw the dark side of helicopter flying, but I’m so glad I was
there to prevent anyone else from getting hurt. Of course, the person
flying it didn’t care whether he had almost hurt someone, nor did he care
about all the money he had lost by destroying two very nice remote
control gasoline powered helicopters. Al he cared about was that he was
able to get the humongous crash on video and use it on his website
showing that he was the ultimate champion in helicopter flying.

If you are interested in that side of remote control gasoline powered
helicopters, then I just hope that you will fly your helicopters in an
isolated area, specifically away from children. I would never want
little, innocent children to be hurt by a daredevils carelessness.

								
To top