My Son's very first model lighting success!

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Chrisisall

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My Son took a Johnny Lightning J2, unscrewed it, removed the landing legs & put duct tape in the openings so it's in flight mode, then stuck a tiny key light into it, and get this: pressing the power core turns it on & off!!! All I did was consult. I can't believe it!
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(He's 12)
Proud Papa
 

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crackerjazz

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Amazing - that's a boy I'll be proud of! And it's so nice that he shares your passion. My son isn't as patient as I am in building models (you need lots of it in this hobby - but he's a great fan of mine. Even at a very young age he knew the difference between models and toys and respects the hobby. Unlike my wife who sees just the mess :)
 

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