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Radio Control Model Flyer Magazine

(1 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 12 issues per year Covering every type of model from super fast jet powered models to tiny indoor rubber powered aircraft Model Flyer features the latest kits and accessories from around the world. Whether you are an advance modeller or a first timer Model Flyer can assist and guide you to making your flying more fun and successful, what kits to buy and where from and hints and tips on building and getting started.

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Radio Control Model Flyer  |  April 16  


APRIL 2016 NO.197
4 CONTACT
Just for starters
6 MASTER MODELS
MAHON- RYAN B-5 BROUGHAM
Martin Fardell’s Roaring Twenties Mini-Airliner
12 RYAN BROUGHAM SCALE DRAWING
1: 50 Scale three-view
14 CATO BUTTERFLY
A 45” span electric powered scale model of the LWF-Cato
Model L ‘Butterfly’. Designed by Peter Rake
18 WEXHAM RELAXED SCALE
Alex Whittaker attends the scale event with “built in calm”
26 comper SWIFT
Phillip S. Kent invites you to build his 53.5” (1360mm)
wingspan, 1:5.4 scale model of the Pobjoy radial engine
version and the 1930s racer. Electric powered
34 SWIFT SCALE DRAWING
1:25 scale three-view
36 SWIFT TYPE HISTORY
Introduced into an era when light aircraft sales were hard to
come by, the Swift enjoys a level of interest today, out of all
proportion to the numbers made
42 SWIFT IN DETAIL
Close-up photo study
46 SCALE SOARING
Chris Williams extols the value of electric power ‘sustainers’ for
marginal wind conditions
50 BLITZ BOMBER
Ken Shephard commences a two part review of the Black
Horse ARTF Heinkel He 111
56 HEINKEL He 111 TYPE HISTORY
Mainstay of the Luftwaffe’s bomber force when WW2
commenced, there was nothing available to replace it when
greater strategic bomber capability was needed that would
match what the Allied side had in their arsenal
62 the QUIET ZONE
Peter rake previews some of the latest scale designs that have
left his drawing board (computer actually) and which are ‘inthe-
Works’ for eventual publication
Covering every type of model from super fast jet powered models to tiny indoor rubber powered aircraft Model Flyer features the latest kits and accessories from around the world. Whether you are an advance modeller or a first timer Model Flyer can assist and guide you to making your flying more fun and successful, what kits to buy and where from and hints and tips on building and getting started.

Regulars each month include:
Latest kit reviews
RC equipment reviews
Plans to build models
High quality artwork
Building tips
How to articles
Learning to fly features
Show reports from around the world
Industry insider news
Competitions to win RC stuff

If you are a regular RC model flyer or are thinking of buying your first model aircraft then Radio Control Model Flyer is a must read for you.
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

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

You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Radio Control Model Flyer magazine subscription.

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   Reviewed Saturday, April 16, 2011
You guys run a great magazine well done!
Pine
South Africa
Issue Cover

Radio Control Model Flyer   |   April 16   


APRIL 2016 NO.197
4 CONTACT
Just for starters
6 MASTER MODELS
MAHON- RYAN B-5 BROUGHAM
Martin Fardell’s Roaring Twenties Mini-Airliner
12 RYAN BROUGHAM SCALE DRAWING
1: 50 Scale three-view
14 CATO BUTTERFLY
A 45” span electric powered scale model of the LWF-Cato
Model L ‘Butterfly’. Designed by Peter Rake
18 WEXHAM RELAXED SCALE
Alex Whittaker attends the scale event with “built in calm”
26 comper SWIFT
Phillip S. Kent invites you to build his 53.5” (1360mm)
wingspan, 1:5.4 scale model of the Pobjoy radial engine
version and the 1930s racer. Electric powered
34 SWIFT SCALE DRAWING
1:25 scale three-view
36 SWIFT TYPE HISTORY
Introduced into an era when light aircraft sales were hard to
come by, the Swift enjoys a level of interest today, out of all
proportion to the numbers made
42 SWIFT IN DETAIL
Close-up photo study
46 SCALE SOARING
Chris Williams extols the value of electric power ‘sustainers’ for
marginal wind conditions
50 BLITZ BOMBER
Ken Shephard commences a two part review of the Black
Horse ARTF Heinkel He 111
56 HEINKEL He 111 TYPE HISTORY
Mainstay of the Luftwaffe’s bomber force when WW2
commenced, there was nothing available to replace it when
greater strategic bomber capability was needed that would
match what the Allied side had in their arsenal
62 the QUIET ZONE
Peter rake previews some of the latest scale designs that have
left his drawing board (computer actually) and which are ‘inthe-
Works’ for eventual publication
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 Radio Control Model Flyer magazine print subscription.
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