RCM&E's April 2012 issue goes on sale 9th March and should be with subscribers a few days before. It's another fab feature packed issue full of news, reviews and features!
Mats Johansson recreates the W.W.I veteran that became the Swedish Air Force's first fighter.
Tim Hooper models Bravo Juliet, the last airworthy example of Blackburn’s mild-mannered inter-war trainer. Don't forget to check out Tim's B2 build blog.
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ON THE COVER
They don’t come much racier than Seagull’s take on the Red Bull MXS-R yet, despite the appearance, this is a surprisingly friendly aeroplane.
The results of our survey on foamies, a microlight powered by model turbine engines and a new freestyle comp.
New products to tempt even the most frugal to dig deep.
Readers have their say in Britain’s best-selling R/C model flying magazine!
Browse our diary dates and start planning your year.
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David Ashby braves the winter chill to try Seagull’s latest racy sportster.
The quadcopter that brings AS3X auto-stabilisation technology to the hovering masses.
Joining the swollen ranks of EPO foam trainers, Top Gun’s new entrant is one for serious consideration.
Rob Stenhouse takes to tight turning with E-flite’s slippery racer.
WHAT GOES UP
Dave Burton discusses the dynamics of multi engine aircraft and the consequences of losing an engine.
The editor files his ‘state of the industry’ report from a frozen Deutschland.
…to RCM&E and bag yourself a FREE Planet T5 transmitter!
LIVING THE DREAM
Transatlantic scale maestro Paul ‘Limey’ Rice talks to Alex Whittaker about his new business venture.
Brian Meredith Evans’ delightful rendition of an obscure French cutie.
Frank Payne completes his builders’ guide to our home-spun two-stroke.
ON VELVET PAWS
Dave Roberts looks at the Blackburn B2, the pretty Moth rival that never quite made the limelight.
…Every single-channel flyer should know.
Alex Whittaker re-jigs his winter build schedule to include two ARTF quickies!
MAKE IT SCALE
From paper to Piper, Danny Fenton describes the draughting process for his PA-23.
Nigel Hawes goes ‘Sherlock’ in the quest for good quality servos.
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