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Flying Scale Models Magazine October 13 Back Issue

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65 Reviews   •  English   •   Hobbies & Crafts (Radio Control Modelling)
6 CONTACT
Just for openers
10 delectable DEWOITINE
Brian Meredith Evans’ pretty and very sprightly scratch-built
Dewoitine D-501 French fighter
24 AIRCO DH6 IC POWER
Not into electrics? Want a bigger DH6? Then try Don Luck’s
1:6.6 scale model with a wingspan of 64” (1626mm), for .45 to
.61 engines
28 airco DH6 TYPE HISTORY
At a time when Royal Flying Corps pilot training was not
particulary regularised, Geoffrey de Havilland created this
purpose-designed trainer aircraft
32 THE QUIET ZONE
Peter Rake presents his pint-size Sperry Monoplane, with full
size, pull-out centrespread plans. (Part 1).
38 subjects for scale - DART PUP
Based on 1930s glider technology, this one-off type is a shape
worth modelling.Would anyone like to give it a try?
44 A BRACE OF PUPS
It’s been done before! Back in 1956, AeroModeller published
plans for the Dart Pup in 18th and 1/6th scales for free flight
46 hANSA-BRANDENBURG C.1
A 35” (889mm) 1:15 scale model of the WW1 German
reconnaissance aircraft, for 0.75 - 0.8cc engines, designed for
free flight by Bill Dennis
50 BRANDENBURG TYPE HISTORY
Unglamourous in outline and shape, it was reliable and effective
52 BRANDENBURG SCALE DRAWING
1:50 detailed scale three-views
54 COSFORD 2013
This year LMA’s biggest meeting welcomed ace
warbirders from Germany!
60 SURVIVING Free flight SCALE
Part 5: The fiddly bits: It’s built and covered! But how do you
make those items that make a scale model look right? Andre
Hewitt explains
64 TECHNO SCALE
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October 13 6 CONTACT Just for openers 10 delectable DEWOITINE Brian Meredith Evans’ pretty and very sprightly scratch-built Dewoitine D-501 French fighter 24 AIRCO DH6 IC POWER Not into electrics? Want a bigger DH6? Then try Don Luck’s 1:6.6 scale model with a wingspan of 64” (1626mm), for .45 to .61 engines 28 airco DH6 TYPE HISTORY At a time when Royal Flying Corps pilot training was not particulary regularised, Geoffrey de Havilland created this purpose-designed trainer aircraft 32 THE QUIET ZONE Peter Rake presents his pint-size Sperry Monoplane, with full size, pull-out centrespread plans. (Part 1). 38 subjects for scale - DART PUP Based on 1930s glider technology, this one-off type is a shape worth modelling.Would anyone like to give it a try? 44 A BRACE OF PUPS It’s been done before! Back in 1956, AeroModeller published plans for the Dart Pup in 18th and 1/6th scales for free flight 46 hANSA-BRANDENBURG C.1 A 35” (889mm) 1:15 scale model of the WW1 German reconnaissance aircraft, for 0.75 - 0.8cc engines, designed for free flight by Bill Dennis 50 BRANDENBURG TYPE HISTORY Unglamourous in outline and shape, it was reliable and effective 52 BRANDENBURG SCALE DRAWING 1:50 detailed scale three-views 54 COSFORD 2013 This year LMA’s biggest meeting welcomed ace warbirders from Germany! 60 SURVIVING Free flight SCALE Part 5: The fiddly bits: It’s built and covered! But how do you make those items that make a scale model look right? Andre Hewitt explains 64 TECHNO SCALE Scale orientated web sites to browse


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6 CONTACT
Just for openers
10 delectable DEWOITINE
Brian Meredith Evans’ pretty and very sprightly scratch-built
Dewoitine D-501 French fighter
24 AIRCO DH6 IC POWER
Not into electrics? Want a bigger DH6? Then try Don Luck’s
1:6.6 scale model with a wingspan of 64” (1626mm), for .45 to
.61 engines
28 airco DH6 TYPE HISTORY
At a time when Royal Flying Corps pilot training was not
particulary regularised, Geoffrey de Havilland created this
purpose-designed trainer aircraft
32 THE QUIET ZONE
Peter Rake presents his pint-size Sperry Monoplane, with full
size, pull-out centrespread plans. (Part 1).
38 subjects for scale - DART PUP
Based on 1930s glider technology, this one-off type is a shape
worth modelling.Would anyone like to give it a try?
44 A BRACE OF PUPS
It’s been done before! Back in 1956, AeroModeller published
plans for the Dart Pup in 18th and 1/6th scales for free flight
46 hANSA-BRANDENBURG C.1
A 35” (889mm) 1:15 scale model of the WW1 German
reconnaissance aircraft, for 0.75 - 0.8cc engines, designed for
free flight by Bill Dennis
50 BRANDENBURG TYPE HISTORY
Unglamourous in outline and shape, it was reliable and effective
52 BRANDENBURG SCALE DRAWING
1:50 detailed scale three-views
54 COSFORD 2013
This year LMA’s biggest meeting welcomed ace
warbirders from Germany!
60 SURVIVING Free flight SCALE
Part 5: The fiddly bits: It’s built and covered! But how do you
make those items that make a scale model look right? Andre
Hewitt explains
64 TECHNO SCALE
Scale orientated web sites to browse
read more read less
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