http://www.modelairplanenews.com/blog20150520prepare-for-landing/ Landing Tail-draggers takes some practice!
This article excerpted from the Model Airplane News blog.
In general, our models are not difficult to land. Even most of our “heavy-metal” warbird models are so lightly wing loaded that they really don’t qualify as a “difficult” to land aircraft. However, even though they don’t have high wing loading, the fact that many of them
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Rob’s flying Buddy Box while that Cub gets a workout!
In between all of these high-wind days… THIS happened… a beautiful day. It’s a Wednesday… one of our most popular flying days. I took a few pictures…
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A pic from the Kadet Race, August 2012.
When you fly in Kingman…
you have to fly in the wind!
I learned to fly RC with the Ventura Comets, in Ventura, California. It was nice group of guys with a paved runway on the shore of Lake Casitas, in the mountains above Ventura.
The weather was AWESOME there! I could fly on almost any
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When I was learning to fly RC… the hardest part was the landing…
Picture from Model Airplane News… click the picture to go to the page: “prepare for landing”.
When I was just learning to fly RC, I used to land at rather high speed… sort of “greasing it in”, flying the model to the ground…
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