ON THE COVER
Who can resist a scale helicopter, especially when it has a bubble for a canopy and a lattice tail? Aye, Ken Winton's crisply detailed Bell 47G is a truly fine example of the scale modeller's art and a gorgeous flyer.
All the latest headlines from the model flying world, including cross-country details and news of an ARTF tilt-wing
Eleven more suggestions for this month's course of retail therapy
Tales of woe, Taranis terrors, and club chat, all topics of conversation in our bumper readers letters section
The show season cometh so now's the time to start planning your season
Shift it quick or bag a bargain with our FREE readers' ads
Cyril Carr unlocks the potential in Westland's short-lived single-seater with a cute 41" span foamie for a 3s Li-Po
ON THE EDGE
If at first you don't succeed... Trim, tweak, mix, re-balance, and tweak again. Andy Ellison talks test flights
Bringing his Acromaster and Racketeer electric conversion to completion, Nigel Hawes is on a mission
Amongst the arachnids in his attic, Pete Lowe comes face-to-face with his aeromodelling past
WIZARD OF OZ
For the beginner, aeromodelling nirvana is knowing where to go for advice
Ooh er, it's 50 shades of shed! Alex Whittaker muses over what it is to be a trad' Brit. modeller in the modern age
ANOTHER FINE MESSE PT.2
Nuremberg debutante Dave Roberts returns with some more trade expo highlights
...And we'll send you some Perma-Grit sanding tools, absolutely FREE!
CHOPPERS OVER CHESHIRE
Who can resist a nicely detailed scale helicopter? Alex Whittaker photographs the cream of the chop
MULTIROTORS & THE LAW
Just got a quad, not sure where to fly it? Check out the rules and regs governing the flying of small unmanned surveillance aircraft
I LEARNT SOMETHING...
RCM&E readers share their moments of madness and misadventure
Andy Sephton describes what it takes to get an S.E.5 fighter airborne and keep it there
TYRO PILOT PT.6
There's a lot more to R/C flying than most beginner's realise
In peacetime Britain two German engineers conceived what was to become a well-loved British classic. Alex Whittaker talk to Claude Smith about his 40% facsimile
Take a trip with the airshow team whose combination of large-scale and full-size aircraft offers a natural high
In memory of Pete Lowe
Rarely has Multiplex produced a bad glider, a fact that's well and truly substantiated with this new 2.4m span thermal soarer
GEE BEE R3R
It might be scale, but then again, it might not. Either way, top R/C's racer gets the thumbs up from Kevin Hayward
ENYA SS45 RING
Brian Winch tests a bullet-proof two-stroke that's perfect for sport use
Cabin classic lovers rejoice, Seagull has just the thing for you!
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|RCM&E May 2015.|
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