Cone of confusion
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Tony Nijhuis recreates a pair of Korean war classics with this 26in, EDF-powered Mig-15 and F86 Sabre
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Blowing hard: Alex Whittaker reports on a storming weekend of scale-soaring at the PSSA’s mass-build event
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First-person view: John Lancaster tells a behind-the-scenes story from C4’s recent RC re-enactment of the Battle of Britain
Ian Nash restores a Hangar 9 MkIX Spitfire before adding wear-and-tear weathering effects, and a touch of LED magicArticle continues below…
A quick recap’ of Alex’s class for beginners
Sympathy for the devil
The enfants terribles of the RC world or a new horizon of modelling and flying challenges? Wayne Andrews makes a case for drones
Simple pleasures: David Ashby reviews Cambrian Model’s soarer, an ‘80s design that has passed the test of time
If you throw it in the air and it comes down again, it’s too heavy: Richard Crapp offers ways to achieve a state of enlightenedness
“If you ask me…”
In the virtual clubhouse of RCM&E’s reader surveys, Graham and David Ashby eavesdrop on the conversations about our hobby
Reap what you sow
Rebuilding Britain: the summer of ’18 brought drought for Team GB at the scale world championships. What now for UK F4 scale?
If weather forecasts are horoscopes with numbers, then Alex Whittaker’s lucky number came up at this year’s free-flight scale nationals
By the rocket’s red glare…
Stripped for action: summer storms have dampened the blue touchpaper, but someone’s sporting a purple polka-dot bikini
Brian Winch searches for modelling’s missing material – stainless steel tube
Silver soldering basics
Revise the essentials of this handy technique
Graham Ashby returns to uncork another bottle of RCM&E, which includes the robust notes of Steve Rickett’s 75lb, 184in Boston III
Realism is a question of how well the model aircraft captures the character of the full-size aircraft
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