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ParkZone Micro T-28 Trojan

Apr 15, 2011 No Comments

With the big availability of excellent flying micro RC airplanes, one thing is lacking–individuality! With just a little effort you can make your foam flyer, especailly the warbird variety, look completely different and more scale. Check out my recent How To article in the July 2011 issue of Electric Flight “Micro Makeover” for all you [...]

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Hobby People One-Meter Dash

Apr 15, 2011 6 Comments

By David R. Vaught    Photographs by Dawn L. Vaught The one-meter Dash available from Hobby People is a durable powered glider, perfect for the AMA Park Pilot Program.  Constructed using an injection molded plastic fuselage, a one-piece covered foam under-chambered reinforced wing, bolt-on tail and powered by a brushed direct drive motor, the Dash is [...]

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Tips for a Great Film Covering Job!

Apr 15, 2011 No Comments

From the MAN “Classic Article” archive, this Basic Technique is a must for anyone thinking about building an airplane from a kit. For many reasons, heat-shrink plastic films are easily the most popular way to cover a model airplane. They’re easy to apply and come in just about every color imaginable; they’re odorless, non-toxic and [...]

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Hovering ducted fan jet

Apr 15, 2011 No Comments

A hovering ducted fan jet that is all foam, leave it to Hobby Lobby.   This is a great flying bird.

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Open combat each day, last one in the air, wins!

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Dog haircut

Apr 15, 2011 No Comments

Check out the hair cut on this dog.  Another chance to leave a funny caption in the comments…come ’on you know you have one.

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Shoot down aircraft

Apr 15, 2011 No Comments

Shoot down and aircraft, paint ball style.  Anyone can purchase a 150 round and try to hit the passing planes, with all the processed collected going to charity.

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The flight line for combat

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