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Rules to play Kite Flying

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In most traditional fighter kite manufacture, the skins of kites are made from a lightweight thin paper and the spars are usually made from a lightweight and flexible wood, usually bamboo.In modern American fighters, the kite skins are made from a variety of synthetic materials mylar, aircraft insulation orcon or insulfab, nylon, and polyester sheeting. The spine may still be bamboo, but often along with the bow is constructed of fiberglass or carbon fiber.


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Unwind about 20 meters
Kite fighting accidents
Watch the Weather
Avoid flying a kite near public roads
Hold the ball
Release the length of string
Line art
Pick your kite
Kite fighting rule
Highest flying angle
Choose a Safe Location
Tails
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