On sale 15 Nov, RCM&E's December 2013 issue is packed with good reading, more free instrument panel dials and a fantastic easy-build pull-out plan from top designer Nigel Hawes!


ON THE COVER

  • Some of our most successful plans are those that can be built in double-quick time, at minimal cost, yet provide maximum enjoyment at the flying field. Can-Doo, our FREE plan this month, offers all of these things, and more!
  • More instrument panel dials too!

FREE PRO PLAN

CAN-DOO

Nigel Hawes returns with a cheap, simple to build, out-of-the-rut sportster!


REGULARS

SWITCH ON

Mass Builds, mass passes and a new British record!

COUNTERPOINT

Kits, bits and other desirables heading your way

ALL WRITE

Have your say in the UK’s best selling model flying mag!

GOING PLACES

Check out our full winter listing 

R/C MARKETPLACE

Sell it quick with our FREE reader ads!


REVIEWS

HISPEED

Speed by nature?

SMART

Annette Douglas flies Dynam’s new aerobatic trainer 

RIGHT PAIR

A pair of affordable pocket quads surprises David Ashby

MADNESS

Rob Stenhouse grooves with Seagull’s new semi-scale racer

EPISODE

A shiny new F3A competition aerobat proves too much temptation for Mike Williams


FEATURES

NATIONAL TREASURE

Our photo report from this year’s National Model Flying Championships

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MODEL MAGIC

Highlighting John Carpenter’s golden era sportster

HOUSE OF HOTSHOTS

Shaheed Banglawala’s gets in a right spin

SOLDERING ON

Brian Winch turns up the heat and brings copper braid to the party

MAKING SENSE OF…

..Materials. Steve Hargreaves is your guide

A MATTER OF SCALE

Dudley Pattison, co-founder of the Flair brand, looks back on a life of building

SE5 WORKSHOP

Soldering phobia solved

YOUR TURN

Starting a new series focussing on reader’s models, Peter Johnson shows us round his DGA-1

IN THE BELLY OF THE WHALE

Alex Whittaker reports from the first Shawbury indoor R/C scale event

SHORT FINALS


COLUMNS

JET THRUST

Bob Petrie casts around for a turbine trainer and reports from the Nats show line

WIZARD OF OZ

Four-stroke spitting its prop? Brian Winch is on the case

WEEKENDERS

Whittaker’s strange dreams become reality

ON THE EDGE

With all the latest slope news, Andy Ellison reaffirms that a crashed model isn’t to grieve over

FLY ELECTRIC

Pockets bulging, Nigel Hawes samples the Nats trade line


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