ON THE COVER
Bolero, a new aerobat from Ripmax, is well made, inexpensive and the sort of ARTF Sunday sport model you hardly see from the big distributors these days. Great to see it then, but how does it fly? Turn to page 28 and we'll tell you.
Lindsay Todd's delightful semi-scale take on Eric Clutton's experimental homebuild is perfect for those long, lazy summer days.
Shaun Garrity re-discovers an appealing low- wing sportster from the single-channel era that's itching for your contemporary revisions.
The new aerobat that seems a little familiar.
For FPV and photography, there's certainly no hiding the remit.
Spektrum's swish new high-end radio system.
Clark Disley flies Seagull's distinctively different, semi-scale WW1 warbird.
A new radio poll, the Nats is back at Barkston and lot's more in our latest news round-up.
Two pages of temptation.
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Your up-to-date events round-up.
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Two more great plans and....well, take a look for yourself.
HOME OF SCALE
Whittaker answers the irrepressible call of an Old Warden fly-in.
...and we'll send you a FREE 19-in-1 tool kit.
Highlighting your projects.
Chris Golds touches on an oft’ misunderstood control surface.
PROJECT HARRIER PT.2
Tony Nijhuis turns to batteries and transition.
The highlights from the annual trade expo.
For Taranis (master) and Spektrum (pupil) transmitters, David Tayler shows how to make your own.
IN FOR A PENNY...
Graham Ashby takes the plunge making the first step to becoming a fully-fledged jet jock.
Lee Schofield shows how easy it is to light up your models up and extend your flying opportunities.
Alex Whittaker shines a light on John Watters’ superb B.E.2c.
The autopilot facility that got everyone excited 20 years ago.
Covering hater Tim Hooper finishes three models using three very different methods.
Brian Winch explains why it's important to always play the right tune.
ON SILENT WINGS
Launch meister Simon Cocker shares his techniques for the perfect getaway.
Whittaker cracks on with the winter project then pimps his compressor.
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