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RADIO CONTROL MODELS & ELECTRONICS
VOLUME 63 ISSUE 9
ON THE COVER
Power Scale Soaring Association member Steve Kemp poses with his new 1:8 scale Hunting Percival Jet Provost, built from enlarged plans by Andy Blackburn. The model spans 57”, has an AUW of 6lbs and flew superbly in the conditions enjoyed at July's PSSA gathering on the Great Orme - see the full report by Simon Cocker in his regular column.
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
Our latest summer/autumn model flying events list - but check before you go!
Advertise your unwanted kits and bits, engines and radios
A brief taster of what to expect in the October issue
David Ashby enjoyed his big Bolero, right up to the moment he ran out of talent, but finds consolation in this new compact version
THE INFINITY PROJECT
The Editor finishes off the all-moulded Infinity Evo airframe
Alex Whittaker admires Ken Sheppard’s ex-ARTF cartoon scale Italian trimotor
DREAMING OF WESTON PARK
Whittaker can’t control Covid, but he can dream of the big Midland's model show
Andy Sephton describes his flight planning process for putting together a sequence for BMFA R/C scale flying competitions
AN AFFORDABLE AVRO
Dave Batchelor describes his modifications whilst building a 98" Vulcan V-bomber to the Tony Nijhuis plan
JUST FOR FUN
Davis Ashby wraps up his column with a slope-themed round-up, fixes a skid and succumbs to the inevitable - EPP combat!
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton returns to the workshop after a lockdown break and adds the finishing touches to his Hawker Fury biplane
Whittaker finally gets to fly, but only because the Singing Kettle field is five miles away
ON SILENT WINGS
Simon Cocker makes his first post-lockdown trip to Wales for the PSSA's inaugural gathering of 2020 on the Great Orme
Lindsay Todd dips into his imagination to bring us his caricature based interpretation of a slope soaring 'winged lizard'
Shaun Garrity's latest centre-fold plan resurrection is for a model that gives a licence to thrill
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