If you ever feel the urge to take on yet ANOTHER expensive hobby....

Discussion in 'Sports & Outdoor Adventure' started by MaxxVolume, Oct 6, 2018.

  1. MaxxVolume

    MaxxVolume Addicted Member

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    This might be a good one:



    Of course, my wife has reminded me (more than once) that "There`s a fine line between hobby, and mental illness combined with fiscal irresponsibility".... :)
     

     

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  2. luvvinvinyl

    luvvinvinyl Lily! Staff Member Admin Subscriber

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    This.

     
  3. mkane

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    been there. money pit if you get them off the ground instead of looking at them
     
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  4. sanford12

    sanford12 Old Stuff New Stuff As long as it's Good Stuff Subscriber

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    And it's not a question of if you'll crash but when.
     
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  5. FONSguy

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    Model Railroading can suck a bunch of your money too. Especially if you buy the hand built BRASS steam locomotives.
    Prop collecting and Studio scale modeling can be expensive as well.
    Ask me how I know this.
     
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  6. sanford12

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    I started HO trains shortly before we decided to move. Your right it isn't cheap and when you go the uber train route it gets really pricey
     

     

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  7. Guest126

    Guest126 Well-Known Member

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    NOPE. Between my system and my cars I'm done!
     
  8. grillebilly

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    That's really cool.
     
  9. FONSguy

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    A Ju-52 giant scale RC plane CRASH, even hitting some parked cars!

     
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    These new drones look like fun
     
  11. sfox52

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    I inherited a large scale R/C model biplane from my dad, thankfully there was no transmitter with it. I might have been tempted to try flying it, no doubt would have ended up a pile of balsa toothpicks! It hangs in my office/den, safe from destruction. IMG_0357 (2).JPG
     
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  12. Mark W.

    Mark W. Nut house of the Universe

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    Flown Model Airplane since I was 11 Not into RC though. also at age 11 I started reloading ammo then there is collecting firearms oh and restoring/building a 48 Willys Jeep, Book collecting, Model airplane magazine collecting (I have almost 5000) then of course the common hobbies Vintage Stereo Gear and 2600 Lps 600 CD's 450+ Cassettes and 230 7" reel to reel tapes. OH and Photography and camera collecting (I had like 45 Canon, Leica, Rollie, Braun cameras at one time and nearly 100 lenses. There are others but that covers most hobbies.
     
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  13. Pio1980

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    I'm pretty much pared down to audio with remnants of the others.
    Trying hard to stop acquiring personal "holy Grail" items, I'm too old to fully enjoy what I have and cleaning up my estate is going to be a nightmare for someone.
     
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  14. FONSguy

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    I'm looking at taking a loss on the Model Railroad stuff just to be done with it. Then I need to clean out the garage. About the only collectible I'll keep is a copy of the 4' diameter filming miniature of the Lost in Space Jupiter 2. Next up, sell old plastic models. I'll keep my books and LP's for now. AND my indoor RC helicopters.
     
  15. SoCal Sam

    SoCal Sam Lunatic Member

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    Might as well build a full sized one...

     
  16. robgmn

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    I always wanted a Christen Eagle back in the days when I flew R/C. I think I liked the paint scheme more than the plane itself! Bipes were notoriously squirrely back in the day. You were indeed lucky to not have tried flying it.
     
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  17. Frank Sch

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    Film photography and vintage motorcycle.
     
  18. rick morty

    rick morty Active Member

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    Musky Fishin, with all its gear can get expensive. And sometimes a long time between landing/boating a legal sized fish.......Worth It!
     
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