The pack-full-to-the brim July 2012 issue of RCM&E goes on sale 1st June and will be with subscribers shortly before.
Peter Miller scales up a vintage Cal Smith design to create a slow-flying sweetie that’s perfect for summer stooging
ON THE COVER
The weather may have been variable but the quality of the models at the RAFMAA warbird invitational were never in doubt. This is Paul Rice’s hugely convincing Douglas Dauntless.
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Pete Lowe treats his cold, naked Pup to an iron-on makeover
Nigel Hawes considers a pair of budget foamies and gets all misty-eyed over the history of it all
Whittaker takes a moment to look back over a decade of scribbling
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch kicks off another ‘how to’ series, this time rounding on the question of four-stroke timing
ON THE EDGE
Twenty-five of the UK’s finest F3F pilots battle it out to find the ‘best of the best’
BEHIND THE WIRE
Alex Whittaker makes the most of RAF hospitality at its model aircraft association’s annual warbird invitational
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Can budget power tools really cut the mustard? Alex Whittaker takes a punt on a low cost cutter
CROSSING THE DIVIDE
Mike Booth recounts the story of his recent record-breaking cross-channel Spitfire flight
WHAT GOES UP
Ever wondered why aerobatic manoeuvres don’t always go as planned? Prof. Dave Burton puts the model under the microscope
…Every test pilot should know
SNAP CRACKLE & ROLL
Confused about the various competition aerobatic classes? Shahid Banglawala takes a closer look
What makes your glow fuel go? To find out, Dave Roberts journeys to the far-flung east of England
Dave Wilshere drops by to face the questions
Airborne with Century UK’s very familiar-looking all-round sportster
Looking for a ‘big brand’ radio on a tight budget? Mike Freeman takes a look at Hitec’s latest
E-flite’s pretty, pint-size park flyer has the ability to delight on every level
Clip the pylons with Max Thrust’s 1.6m Reno racer
Lindsay Todd goes a-strafing with World Models’ take on Hawker’s illustrious fighter-bomber
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