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04-15-2015 10:53 PM  3 years agoPost 1021
rexxigpilot

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Last time I shot a true full-auto it cost me $200 in ammo in 30 seconds. It was an exhilarating 30 seconds but not long enough to climax.

I like the idea of 100% refund of the fees against income tax. This way the low renters with low IQ stay away and there would be no real cost to the rest of us.

Background checks from private entities cost about $40. The guberment should not be charging exorbitant fees to fund the Department of Homeless Sycophants and it's offspring.

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04-16-2015 06:41 PM  3 years agoPost 1022
MartyH

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If you're somehow going to take the conversation from FAA regulating our hobby over to guns, just know you need to put away ammo while you can still get it. In case anyone didn't get the M855 reference, that is a steel core round in 5.56 used in AR type semi-auto guns. It was banned recently and then temporarily unbanned when the government saw problems with their wording. They'll be back with something more boiler plate in the near future with a new attack on M855. They already got the steel core 7N6 that AK74's use. Guns or R/C it sure does seem like we're getting the wrong type of government attention from every direction doesn't it?

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04-16-2015 06:51 PM  3 years agoPost 1023
AirWolfRC

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It was banned recently and then temporarily unbanned when the government saw problems with their wording.
It was never banned.
The ATF was only proposing a ban and got shot down by Congress.

Well see how it plays out.

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04-17-2015 11:36 PM  3 years agoPost 1024
rexxigpilot

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Just wait till the she devil Hillary killary gets in office.

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04-25-2015 07:53 PM  3 years agoPost 1025
TMoore

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Who is the PIC? I wonder if Mike has his pilots license?

Delayed Response Operator Not Engaged
AMA SECTION 336 = Good
Drones = EVIL

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04-30-2015 03:31 PM  3 years agoPost 1026
AirWolfRC

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This is an ideal use for drones,

http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/04...intcmp=features

But here in the USA, the FAA is making if next to impossible to do that here . . .

New FAA motto,

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05-01-2015 01:15 AM  3 years agoPost 1027
EEngineer

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Am hearing the AMA has filed suit against the FAA about their rulemaking that violates the laws passed by Congress.

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05-01-2015 02:39 AM  3 years agoPost 1028
AirWolfRC

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Wonderful news !

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05-01-2015 03:56 AM  3 years agoPost 1029
EEngineer

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This lawsuit has been filed, but it's "on hold" since the FAAs NRMP(whatever) are not "official"....If the FAA implements these "rules"....that are in violation of federal law...as passed by Congress....the lawsuit will be pursued.

The AMA also objects to the "rules" which would effect competition pilots....and other pilots...no matter what is flown....to derive any income from any type of flying....or be subject to the "rules", which are arbitrary and capricious.

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05-06-2015 06:38 PM  3 years agoPost 1030
AirWolfRC

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Sounds like the FAA is waking up but I want to see more details.

http://www.wirelessdesignmag.com/ne...76&location=top

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05-06-2015 06:48 PM  3 years agoPost 1031
revmix

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want to see more details
although hobby 'rules' stand as recreational purpose only

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05-06-2015 07:36 PM  3 years agoPost 1032
Aerial Jib

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Fly them if you got them.
The FAA thing is interesting. But, it seems to me no one cares what the FAA thinks, or their rules. I know about the TV industry, Im a part of it, Their are thousands of productions companies that fly them from movies to TV shows, hundreds of tv commercials where you see aerial footage that was shot with a UAV, and I can assure you they were not shot at a 500ft distance from the talent or structures. Maybe it's just me, but I think many people have and will continue to ignore the FAA. Not saying it's right. But, the FAA is so far behind. This pay to play scheme that charges us 6K to fly commercially is just off the wall stupid, and not many people I think will sign up to get defiled by the bureaucracy of ass clowns in DC. That is all rant over!

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05-06-2015 07:55 PM  3 years agoPost 1033
lfalsetto

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07-16-2015 06:47 PM  35 months agoPost 1034
AirWolfRC

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07-16-2015 09:04 PM  35 months agoPost 1035
kingmeow

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So...car hood sized quads flying over tons of people delivering relatively heavy packages... Nice!

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07-17-2015 12:07 AM  35 months agoPost 1036
EEngineer

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bureaucracy of ass clowns in DC
Political appointees that have obtained campaign contributions and are then rewarded with jobs as heads of agencies in which they have absolutely no experience.

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07-17-2015 12:29 AM  35 months agoPost 1037
revmix

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And another use,
OP

https://cinedrones.com/cinedrones-granted-faa-approval/

check FAAlogo [now friends] on OP's

https://cinedrones.com/

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07-17-2015 12:39 AM  35 months agoPost 1038
EEngineer

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How much did the FAA charge?

Total cost, including campaign donations....

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07-17-2015 12:43 AM  35 months agoPost 1039
revmix

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self employed
application for exemption is free & all expenses involved with the approval is federal tax deductible [write off]

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07-17-2015 02:32 AM  35 months agoPost 1040
AirWolfRC

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I see the democrats and republicans are at it again . . .

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