Agreed, if laws change around that i totally understand and will comply
But my comparison is to ama sanctioned park flying, the park visitors didn't give y'all permission to crash a foamy into their baby carriage its just the ama compliant group doesn't care since they set an intended flight path
All i mean is that park flying is the same risk i take, ama had no bearing on risk to others.
If we aren't flying in an rc specific park, you have to lump all park flyers in the same group as me imo.
So Im not talking about rc dedicated fields...the pro ama group always compare what I do to their rules, and I looked them up, they say you can make any park your own flight area without problem and without the permission of those around you enjoying a walk in the park. That, to me, is a double standard galore. Theres no way ama adherence is safer in that regard when people are actually present. My way is undeniably safer to people, without question, and equally risky to property.