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December 2014 Issue

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A Quick Look at This Issue

December 2014 Cover

December 2014 Cover

 
Our December issue cover is taken from the March 1969 issue of RC Modeler
 
 
 
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DRAGONFLY by Tex Newman

DRAGONFLY by Tex Newman

 
The DRAGONFLY by Tex Newman is a large, light, and slow flying RC machine ideal for just playing around in the sky and teaching newcomers to fly RC - From the February 1976 issue of Model Builder.
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Review by Bob Aberle - E-Flight RADIAN

Review by Bob Aberle - E-Flight RADIAN

 
Bob Aberle evaluates and reports on the E-Flight EMX Radian Ready to Fly model
 
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Dick Struhl BEAVER - from MAN 1952

Dick Struhl BEAVER - from MAN 1952

 
This U-Control BEAVER from Dick Struhl is a rugged, sorta-scale, and easy to build model from the pages of Model Airplane News February 1952 issue. Said to be the right proportions for a free flight but would need a lot of lightening.
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Scientific MISS AMERICA 40" Rubber Model

Scientific MISS AMERICA 40" Rubber Model

 
The original MISS AMERICA was a lot larger and a real antique gas powered kit by Scientific in the 1930's - This 40" rubber powered version by Scientific came later but has the same good looks as the original. 
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AIR CANNON model retriever

AIR CANNON model retriever

 
The AIR CANNON is another possible approach to retrieving those indoor models stuck in the rafters - Shoot 'em down with air - Less likely to damage them than using a long pole and less dangerous than making like a monkey and climbing -
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Next Month - FLYING FOOL by Bob Aberle

Next Month - FLYING FOOL by Bob Aberle

 
Bob Aberle's next micro RC design, his FLYING FOOL, will be in the January issue of RCMW-FSP along with lots of other great stuff - Watch for it -
 
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Cartoon - TUNDRA by Chad Carpenter

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