in the shops 8/5 - 5/5/09
The June 2009 issue of RCM&E is arriving with subscribers now and will be on sale at retailers from 8th May.
It's another packed 132-page issue containing the following reviews;
- Intruder 90 - Retro' aerobats are the next big thing so we look at this up-to-the minute ARTF classically styled aerobat from World Models.
- BAe Hawk - Cyril Carr calls it the best model he's flown but what's the Fly Fly Hawk like on the ground?
- Shark S 30E - SebArt's distinctive trainer - as fishy as it looks?
- Blender Feather - Mike Williams tests a competition class shockie.
- Stinson Reliant - Flying Jamara's beautiful take on the 1930s classic (cover model).
We've some great features this month;
- Model Magic - We look at Tim Maslen's superlative Sopwith Camel.
- Spring Sortie - Alex Whittaker reports from the RAFMAA invitational fly-in at RAF Scampton.
- Competition Time! - Your chance to win one of 425 2.4GHz transmitter modules!
- Fighter Command - Ever fancied flying an i.c. warbird? We look at the considerations and how to fly them.
- Give it a whirl - Learn the basics of hovering with our regular helicopter series.
- Don't bin it, fix it! - Crashed again? All is not lost as Peter Miller explains.
- Aircraft described - Dave Roberts looks at what the Sopwith Camel was really like to fly.
We've whipped our regular columnists to a frenzy of creative output;
- On The Edge - A great slope-side round-up from Andy Ellison who puts his Wasabi through the blender!
- Fly Electric - Nigel Hawes starts a triple review.
- Weekenders - Alex brings cheer to the hearts of all nitro heads!
- Wizard of Oz - Kitchen engine repairs the Winch way!
- Dave Royds returns with his latest design - Baretta, a superb EDF jet for the park or club field. It looks good with a performance to match. Check out the video section to see it flying.
|Baretta is coming your way and it's a peach!
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 of RCM&E for just £3.95. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing?