RCM&E's new January 2013 issue hits the news stands on Dec 14th and will be with subscribers by then. It's another packed 132-page issue that's just brimming with good reading for the festive period, we think you'll like it!
ON THE COVER
Seagull always deserve credit for bringing something new and out of the ordinary to ARTF production and, you have to admit that this new Glasair Sportsman is very pretty. How does it fly? We'll tell you on page 58.
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Graupner’s Reno take on Hawker’s classic warbird is anything but bland!
We fly Seagull’s version of the pretty, modern day sports tourer
Too cold to fly? Not any more! Check out Raydiowarm’s solution to numb thumb syndrome
STEV S 30E
Conventional it ain’t! SebArt’s latest trainer offers an alternative to the age-old balsa box and high wing
EDGE 540QQ 280
Anything with a Somenzini label on it is always worth looking out for, not least E-flite’s latest aerobat
Mike Williams takes Hacker’s F3P shockie by the scruff of a wingtip
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A FLYING START – PT.1
Hurrah! Our new series for beginners starts right here
Alex Whittaker’s roving lens finds an unusual scratch-built masterpiece
HOUSE OF HOTSHOTS 2
Shahid Banglawala discusses the design factors that affect aerobatic performance and takes a closer look at the loop
Don’t be caught out by the snow, build our skis and revel in the white stuff!
MAKING SENSE OF…
…The humble switch harness
Most of us solder things on a regular basis but are we really making the best job of it?
NIEUPORT 28 – PT.2
After some final fettling, Tim Hooper steers his magnificent Balsa USA bipe skywards
Chris Foss on ‘life, the universe, and everything’
Alex Whittaker presents his new design, a fast and furious, retro-inspired sportster for your .25 two-stroke. Hold on tight!
Pete Lowe’s project Pup takes to the air, but what’s next?
Nigel Hawes delves into the early beginnings of commercial electric flight and unearths some unexpected treasures
WIZARD OF OZ
Fitting props, particularly large props, needs some thought and care, as Brian Winch explains…
ONE THE EDGE
News from the inaugural World F3F Champs, new models and a decent slope sim
Alex Whittaker parachutes into the heart of the Middle Wallop free-flight meet
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