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Old 06-20-2014, 08:22 PM   #4
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Originally Posted by xmech2k View Post
Thanks, Hay. Good article. It sounds like due to the incidents they cited, they are doing what they have to do, thanks to the irresponsible users out there. Glad to see they differentiated the 'drone' people from the "(model aircraft) hobbyists". Things are going as expected for RC 'drones', just hope it doesn't spread to us hobbyists.
I too read through and the text reads showing understanding of the model differences.
It also allows high altitude flights - so it recognises the low altitude flight aspects.

I agree - the old saying .. "Make your bed - you have to lay on it" ....

Of course it will now be ripped into by those it directly affects. It remains to be seen how it is attacked and what reasoning used.

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