JR American Modeler 1973/05 May-June (RCL#2639)

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"Perhaps it is only natural that most people, including us modelers, think rubber-power is strictly for very young beginners. That's a shame."

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JR American Modeler 1973/05 May-June
JR American Modeler
William J. Winter (Ed.)
Potomac Aviation Publications, Inc., Washington, D.C.
May  1973
Magazine, 31 pages

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Vol. 2, No. 4
"The How-To-Do-It Magazine for the Beginner and Sport Flier"

FEATURES
How Sailboats Work - George Siposs

ARTICLES
Models to Build:
Whippersnappers - John Hunton
Nupiter - Ted Schreyer
Flypaper - John Lueken
The Show Off - EK Stocksdale

Techniques:
It's the Finish - Larry Renger
Those Magnificent Wolfpack Thunderbolts - Ben Millspaugh

DEPARTMENTS
JAM Session - William J. Winter
Letters
What's Your Question? - Erik R. Kugler
New Products - Paul Kugler


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User comments:

Hi Mary - I built the Whippersnapper from the featured plan. It flew so well that I built a second one a third bigger. That one flew so well that I am now going to build another one twice the size! This is an AMAZING model! It will fly loops, bunts, inverted and eights. Don't underestimate it! The twin boom layout means that it is easy to trim, as wrapped around solder can be slid up and down the boom. And it bounces away from crashes without damage too!! You don't need much more than an hour to build one. Absolutely brilliant!! Thanks for publishing.
ChrisP - 22/07/2020
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