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ON THE COVER
Alex, our roving reporter, still finds himself in lockdown and without any of the usual shows and model flying events to visit he consoles us with his ringside view of all the comings and goings at an imaginary Scale Nationals competition, which is held is normal times at RAF Barkston Heath.
A round up of the latest aeromodelling news
Showcasing the latest R/C model aircraft products
Have your say in our monthly readers' letters pages
Advertise your unwanted kits and bits, engines and radios
A brief taster of what to expect in the December issue
Taking in-flight photos is difficult at any time, let alone a formation shot
EDGE 2000 X
Starting a short series on building a 2M composite glider
OVERLANDER RC-D100 V2
We check out the second generation of a smartphone-controlled battery charger
David Ashby enjoys some spirited electric fan flying with a 50mm EDF jet
IWATA HI-LINE HP-TH
John Daniels looks over a high-quality airbrush fitted with a wide fan nozzle for broad paint coverage
Alex Whittaker looks back on a majestic BMFA Scale Nats competitor, the Short L.17 'Syrinx'
VIRTUAL SCALE NATS
Back in lockdown, Whittaker takes us on a virtual visit to the BMFA Scale Nationals
LOS TO FPV
Are you making the transition from Line of Sight to First Person View flying? Lee Schofield offers some guidance
John Hurdle describes his replica of a rarely modelled twin fighter
Keen aerotow enthusiast Frank Skilbeck describes his and Roger Spragg's vintage glider build project from last winter
IN YOUR WORKSHOP
Another selection of shed and garage interiors to inspire you if you are seeking to transform your own model building area
FLY IT OR FLOG IT
Kevin Crozier looks back at some past review models, with a view to thinning out his model fleet
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton continues to add the finishing touches to his Hawker Fury biplane
Whittaker takes an insider’s look at the recent succession of Editors at RCM&E
Shaun Garrity describes a simple to build high winger - with a twist!
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|RCM&E Nov 2020 issue|
By Roy Hill 3
by Roy Hill 3
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