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PostSubject: battle engagement   Mon Mar 26, 2012 1:24 am

i just watched most of the video of Daville i'm not sure about you but most of the time they didn't seem to follow the rule of the 3 ft. distance not sure about you but i don't think i want anyone ramming my tank a mistake yes would be allowable if you came around a corner i didn't know i was there but as for clearly seeing i was there i think would not be allowed if it did happen that someone was rammed should steps be taken to insure it don't happen what are your views i know many of you have hours, days weeks or months of work and money put into your tanks


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PostSubject: Re: battle engagement   Mon Mar 26, 2012 8:55 am

Ya, when you start getting that close, you either have too many tanks on the battlefield, the terrain is too compact or you need a bigger battlefield.

Those are all good factors to consider when we work on the field this weekend.
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PostSubject: Re: battle engagement   Tue Mar 27, 2012 10:28 pm

I agree with both preceding posts.

Airbrushler wrote:
i know many of you have hours, days weeks or months of work and money put into your tanks

Yeah, I have a lot of hours into mine, they may not win prizes at modelling exhibits, but I sure don't appreciate collision.

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