ON THE COVER
E-flite's new 1.2m (47”) span P-47D might be a park flyer in some eyes (although we'd dispute that) but there's no doubting the amount of care that's gone into a model that looks absolutely gorgeous both on the ground and in the air. Just glance at the cover shot and you'd asume it's a far larger model. We've been flying it this month and tell you what we think starting on page 32
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Fast, aerobatic and fun is how we'd describe Mike Freeman's 42” span, v-tail sportster and it's nicely different too
Fancy something fast and aerobatic for the park? Bambino's low-wing sibling is all that while cheap and easy to build. It's the perfect first trad’ building project
MAKE IT SCALE
Danny Fenton fixes the Chipmunk's u/c before getting stuck into a fine little Cub
Shaun Garrity charts the rise and fall of the UHF frequency for model flying
Whittaker takes stock, gets stuck into the winter project and dusts down the winter hack models
WIZARD OF OZ
Engine guru Brian Winch pores of the contents of his in-box
…with another EASA update
Remember, the one with the most models wins!
Over to you…
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Two more free plans, FrSky's Horus and plenty more besides!
Highlighting your projects
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Whittaker finds the spirit of model flying in less than perfect conditions at a year-end fly-in
Ever wondered what parallel charging is all about? Mike Freeman explains the charging method that can save bags of time
With a workbench full of Willis warbird, Steve Sales embarks on his biggest project to date
CHOOSING AN FPV CAMERA
Lee Schofield brings clarity to your informed choices
Dave Burton dusts down his suit of armour before unpacking a classic imponderable
The editorial team caught up with the folks at Distributor J.Perkins who just happened to be test flying Seagull's new Ju 87
THE JOY OF TEXT
Chapter and verse, good modelling books are timeless and every shed should have a library
Fuel and glow plugs
SLOPE OF THE MONTH
Remaining in the Peak District, once again Simon Cocker heads for the hills to sample to lift on Mam Tor and Treake Cliff
Spare a thought for those poor pilots…
Indoor FPV racing become an affordable reality thanks to this new camera-equipped micro quad
E-flite seem to raise their game with every warbird release, is the trend maintained?
Funky by name, funky by nature? Seagull's new high-wing sportster
The new balsa electric aerobat from the Ripmax / Chris Foss partnership
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