Hello to that Texan called brownlab
. Peanut looks good, maybe he'll fly someday. Your Corsair looks like a very nice model.
Papa Jeff says, "Hey, we have all gone thru what you are experiencing. The issue is not one of luck, it's just like riding a bike. You try and try and try again, but you keep falling over, so you try those training wheels. Now you get the feeling of riding your bike on two wheels and whey you are ready, off come the training wheels...............and you have learned to ride a two wheeler. See, you never give up.....so how about "Back to basics?"
I read where Papa Jeff suggested a Multiplex Easy Star as a good plane to practice with.
Here's a web site that should convince you that his advice is right on the money:
where they explain why the Easy Star is Winner of
the Most Recommended 1st Plane Award 2005-2006
Multiplex has some of their customers tell their stories about this :
A lot of guys talked about it at:
RCGroups has a discussion of more tha 450 pages:
I've seen it fly at several fields, and I know it flies well, and is a very rugged plane.
Hobby-Lobby has a nice review for you to read.
Here's a video:
Here's some beginners on Youtube:
Here's another Youtube video, lot's of them there:
You say you're 12 and would like to know:
Well. I'm here to tell you that the Easy Star is a good investment for you,
and I've seen that you like advantage.com, well look at this:
You spend the next two years flying, maybe crashing, and maybe fixing, this great Easy Star
and I'd bet you could build and fly a Predator even better than Captain Chaos ever did !
Predator UAV Testing Video (9meg)