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Flying Scale Models Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Launched in 1997, Flying Scale Models magazine is for builders and fliers of historic scale replicas of full size aircraft. Published monthly, there are regular, free full size scale model plans for aircraft from all eras of manned flight, together with a wide range of material on every aspect of scale model research, building and flying. There are also reports on commercial developments within the hobby with expert tests of all the latest products.

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Flying Scale Models  |  208 March 2017  


MARCH 2017 NO.208

4 CONTACT
Just for starters
6 AVIA BH-3
Andrew Hewitt’s 37.5" wingspan 1:10.8 scale model of an early
post-WW1 fighter aircraft, for 0.5 - 1.0cc IC power, or maybe
electric power radio
12 SUBJECT FOR SCALE - BRISTOL BULLDOG
Major fighter of the inter-world-way years among Royal Air Force
fighter squadrons, the Bulldog never fired a gun in anger with the
air service that was its major user
18 BULLDOG RESURECTION
How the RAF Museum’s Bulldog Mk.IIa was pieced together after
total destruction in 1964 and re-creation in 35 years later
20 BULLDOG SCALE DRAWING
1:40 detailed three-views
22 BULLDOG FLYING COLOURS
Squadron markings for unit’s of “...the best flying club in the world...”
24 BULLDOG IN DETAIL
Close-up detail for scale modellers
32 QUIET ZONE
Peter Rake discovers the vast improvement in the those small
rubber powered scale models of yesteryear, now recreated, with
CNC cut parts and ideal for indoor R/C electric
38 ASK-14 PART 2
Peter Hornby concludes construction of his big, 140.5" span,
quarter-scale version of Schleicher's all-wood motor-glider,
designed for electric power
44 master models - HOWARD DGA-3 ‘PETE’
John Carpenter relates the building of his 1:2.74 scale 88”
(2235mm) wingspan model of a unique 1930s air racer
48 HOWARD PETE SCALE DRAWING
1:36 scale three views
52 HOWARD DGA-3 TYPE HISTORY
A one-off that was the first of a line of a 1930s stable of air racers
54 full size free plan feature
NIEUPORT 17c PART 2
Peter Rake continues the construction of his 1/6 scale, electric
powered model of the famous French scout.
58 NIEUPORT FLYING COLOURS
Warpaint for the Nieuport 17c
60 scale BIPLANES my way PART 2
MARTIN FARDELL continues his practical philosophy for building
a competition standard scale biplane
Flying Scale Models Magazine – Scale Aircraft in the Air

Brought to you by ADH Publishing Ltd, Europe’s Leading Hobby Publisher.

Launched in 1997, Flying Scale Models magazine is for builders and fliers of historic scale replicas of full size aircraft. Published monthly, there are regular, free full size scale model plans for aircraft from all eras of manned flight, together with a wide range of material on every aspect of scale model research, building and flying. There are also reports on commercial developments within the hobby with expert tests of all the latest products.

The magazine’s authoritative editorial reference and its technique based instructional material from a wide base of regular expert contributors; make Flying Scale Models a highly collectible reference journal.

Regular features include:

• All the latest news and events from the aeromodelling community both in the UK and worldwide
• Kit Reviews – detailed build-guides offering full insight into the best modelling techniques.
• Full reports and photographs from all the major events and shows
• Techno Modelling – The best of aeromodelling on the internet
• Letters and feedback on the hottest topics in aeromodelling from readers around the world
• Shelf Life - Reviews on the latest models and modelling products
• Plus regular special feature sections

And much, much more!

For more information, visit www.flyingscalemodels.com

PLEASE NOTE: the Free full size plans are not available digitally.
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  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Flying Scale Models magazine subscription.

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Flying Scale Models   |   208 March 2017   


MARCH 2017 NO.208

4 CONTACT
Just for starters
6 AVIA BH-3
Andrew Hewitt’s 37.5" wingspan 1:10.8 scale model of an early
post-WW1 fighter aircraft, for 0.5 - 1.0cc IC power, or maybe
electric power radio
12 SUBJECT FOR SCALE - BRISTOL BULLDOG
Major fighter of the inter-world-way years among Royal Air Force
fighter squadrons, the Bulldog never fired a gun in anger with the
air service that was its major user
18 BULLDOG RESURECTION
How the RAF Museum’s Bulldog Mk.IIa was pieced together after
total destruction in 1964 and re-creation in 35 years later
20 BULLDOG SCALE DRAWING
1:40 detailed three-views
22 BULLDOG FLYING COLOURS
Squadron markings for unit’s of “...the best flying club in the world...”
24 BULLDOG IN DETAIL
Close-up detail for scale modellers
32 QUIET ZONE
Peter Rake discovers the vast improvement in the those small
rubber powered scale models of yesteryear, now recreated, with
CNC cut parts and ideal for indoor R/C electric
38 ASK-14 PART 2
Peter Hornby concludes construction of his big, 140.5" span,
quarter-scale version of Schleicher's all-wood motor-glider,
designed for electric power
44 master models - HOWARD DGA-3 ‘PETE’
John Carpenter relates the building of his 1:2.74 scale 88”
(2235mm) wingspan model of a unique 1930s air racer
48 HOWARD PETE SCALE DRAWING
1:36 scale three views
52 HOWARD DGA-3 TYPE HISTORY
A one-off that was the first of a line of a 1930s stable of air racers
54 full size free plan feature
NIEUPORT 17c PART 2
Peter Rake continues the construction of his 1/6 scale, electric
powered model of the famous French scout.
58 NIEUPORT FLYING COLOURS
Warpaint for the Nieuport 17c
60 scale BIPLANES my way PART 2
MARTIN FARDELL continues his practical philosophy for building
a competition standard scale biplane
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year
  Money-back guarantee

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Flying Scale Models magazine print subscription.
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