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We've another stonking issue this month, full of great reading and an excellent FREE plan in the form of the unusual yet attractive Saab J21.
Mats Johansson models a practical yet attractive twin-boom fighter-bomber
Oops, another month, another Starlet and this time we’ve printed the plan to a size the designer intended.
ON THE COVER
Steve Rickett's momentous Comet was one of this year's Cosford show stoppers. A full report from the LMA's biggest show of the year is in this month's issue.
The results of not one but two polls and all the latest model flying news
More tantalisingly tempting models and kit
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A selection of late summer shows and events
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Rob Stenhouse investigates the ownership practicalities of Hangar 9’s new warbird
Phoenix ARTFs are back as Lee Smalley looks to banish unhappy memories
Andy Ellison larges it up with MVM’s lightweight thermal mouldie
Have Seagull reproduced the excitement of their .46-size racer in miniature? Mike Freeman’s on the case
EDGE 540 V3
Black Horse’s racy little number that’s not so little
It was all smiles as Alex Whittaker reports from the LMA’s summer showcase
John Hoyle recounts the resurrection and marriage of a classic vintage model and an equally vintage engine
….and grab yourself a FREE 100-watt soldering iron!
Alex Whittaker tracks down John Kidd’s gorgeous Gotha GO 145, a trainer with a dark side!
BACK TO BASICS
Think you know how to install a servo? You’d better stop by this month’s workshop just to make sure!
Stuart Messenger reports from the UK’s inaugural Extreme Flight Championships
SNAP CRACKLE AND ROLL
Shahid finishes off the Big Slick and sends the electric aerobatic monster skywards
A model flying personality willingly bares all!
ON SILENT WINGS
Long Mynd and beyond - Simon Cocker downloads the latest slope side news
Alex Whittaker tunes his bow ready for a spot of low-tech DIY foam cutting
Nigel Hawes talks gadgets, scaling and conversion
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch calls last orders on his four-stroke timing masterclass
MAKE IT SCALE
Scale maestro Danny Fenton is back to look at rib stitch replication and that infamous Hurricane landing light
It's an issue you won't want to miss so be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up your copy for just £4.15. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run, grab a gift and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing? Don't forget the Subscriber Extras too!
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|October 2012 issue feedback, commentary etc.|
By Doug Ireland
by Doug Ireland
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