Take a peak at what's coming very soon...
ON THE COVER
They've had the ARTF treatment before, notably by Great Planes and Hangar 9 themselves, and the RV series of home- built aircraft always seem to suit the model format. Hangar 9 have returned to the Vans stable and selected the RV-4 as the basis for an attractive, large-scale release that's reviewed this month starting on page 110.
Hot on the heels of his popular Tiger 72 design that we brought you a few months ago, Jim Newberry returns with this easy-build, vintage-style,
Ton van Munsteren's diminutive electric version of the classic Stick - quick build, low cost, max fun!
Bringing you up to date...
Over to you!
The latest products for your appraisal
Diary dates for the coming months
Your FREE ad’ service
Two more free plans, a visit to Solarfilm and lots more!
The inexpensive little widget that could save your model
Ripmax refresh a popular sportster from electric flight's ‘Speed 600’ era
Blade's Inductrix FPV grows up
Hangar 9's gorgeous large, scale aerobat
Jon Harper describes how a challenging subject was conquered for his first own-design project
RAGLEY HALL 2017
Whittaker reports from the show bought to you by the Weston Park team
...and we'll send you a FREE glider kit!
PRACTICAL MODEL DEISGN
Lindsay Todd gathers his thoughts in the first part of a series that'll chart the design of a new model
Plenty of full-size flying hours would make model flying a doddle surely? Richard Onslow presents his findings
A monster 66% version of the homebuilt V-tailer
A ‘190 with a difference
CONTROL LINKAGE GEOMETRY
Making the best connections
Tim Kearsley installs a clever receiver and reaps the rewards of artificial stabilisation
Whittakers world including a handy glow engine fault finding chart!
Tim Hooper reports on his trad’ building projects before stepping waaayyy outside his comfort zone
Shaun Garrity recalls the early jets and finds a classic Cobra
WIZARD OF OZ
Engine water ingress isn't good, Brian Winch cleans up
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