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Old 03-17-2014, 01:17 AM
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Chasing my sons Slow Stick around with the QR X350. We had a blast. Give the pilot of the Slow Stick a thumbs up, hes only 8 years old!. Not bad! Those Slow Sticks sure are tough

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Old 03-17-2014, 03:44 AM
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My Dad got me into the hobby, almost 60 years ago.

You have given your son a precious gift. One that could last a lifetime.

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can't agree more!
My Dad got me started when I was four. (and had two older brothers who were both pretty good flyers by then.)
my kid is 12 now and he's starting to get pretty good too... those memories will last a lifetime!
(and will probably put the young man ahead of his peers is terms of doing things with his hands. )

two thumbs up!!!!
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He is a pleasure to fly with. Now i just have to teach him how to fix them. lol
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