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Mike's enlarged replica of the Frog Interceptor had an outing. The model performs effortlessly and looks superb with that shiny aluminium finish.
The guys preparing for the bungee launch of Mike's A-10 twin EDF, whilst an interested resident looks on.
Due to some problems with the bungee pedal release a hefty chuck by Derek was needed to get the A-10 airborne.
A spectacular save from Mike, as the A-10 gets very, very close to the ground.
In the air the A-10 is every bit as imposing as she is on the ground - sounds luvverly too.
Not a position that you would ever want to find yourself in for real - A-10 Warthog comes in for an attack.
Mike also flew his electric-powered soarer, which showed off three completely contrasting styles of flying to his visitors.
In contrast to the A-10's brute force, Jim's recently completed Avro Anson looks a picture against the clouds, Two Turnigy outrunners and two 3s1p 2200mah lipos haul the 56" span Anson aloft and provide full aerobatic capabilities.
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