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#1 gpw Dec 20, 2002 07:17 AM

BULLSEYE.....how simple can it get???
 
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The Bullseye plans are now available at HIPPO's http:/www.FoamFly.com/gallery/view...umName=Bullseye[/url] This is one sweet flying plane ...very stable and light......a real beauty flyer.....and because it is rudder and elevator controlled , you don't need a mixing radio......you can't really get any simpler than this , even your Grandma could build this with no troubles........A motors, Hippobatt, 9x6 prop ...flies 45 min+....very stable ,a great trainer.......Free plans will be offered for a little while so get yours now....

#2 gpw Dec 20, 2002 07:26 AM

the free plans
 
http:/www.FoamFly.com/gallery/view...umName=Bullseye this should get you directly to the plans

#3 Rip-N-Burn Dec 20, 2002 07:32 AM

Cant get there from there...

http://www.FoamFly.com/gallery/view...umName=Bullseye

references

http://www.discconnect.com/

?????

#4 gpw Dec 20, 2002 07:35 AM

and ...for the ladies....
 
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Valentine built on the Bullseye fuselage.....get your wife or little girl into parkflying....

#5 gpw Dec 20, 2002 07:41 AM

rip
 
Sorry about the url.....going to have to get Dan to bail me out on this one ..............
try www.FoamFly.com gallery share your photos Glens blucor planes and plans page three....that should get you there until Dan gets my url all straightened out ....thanks for your interest and patience......

#6 Rip-N-Burn Dec 20, 2002 07:48 AM

Maybe this will work.

Thanks for sharing.....

http://www.discconnect.com/FoamFly/g...albumName=Glen

#7 gpw Dec 20, 2002 07:55 AM

Thanks rip
 
you're a genius!!!! now we can click on without the tedious search......thanks again!!!!

#8 Rip-N-Burn Dec 20, 2002 08:59 AM

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It would be great to find someone who can slice the image into 4 so a template can be made.. I tried several programs and could not do it.. I zipped the image and attached.. Thanks again for the link.. This looks like a nice project to work on during vacation...

#9 gpw Dec 20, 2002 12:36 PM

rip
 
over vacation ,you could build a hundred of these...takes about an hour....if you need special computer stuff talk to HIPPO....he's the computergraphics Dude!!!! thanks for the zip......Happy Holidays!!!

#10 gpw Dec 21, 2002 09:11 AM

I've built handlaunch gliders that took longer than this!!!!
 
If you haven't built the Bullseye since yesterday,and were ready to fly this morning...you're missing out on some big FUN!!!!!...This IS the simplest Rc model I have ever seen!!!!! anyone know of anything simpler that flys as well????anyway ,do yourself a big favor and build the Bullseye...only takes a few minutes,is light and is a really stable fun flyer that can be flown in less than a basketball court....plans are still free for now at www.FoamFly.com

#11 gpw Dec 22, 2002 05:22 PM

flight report
 
flew Bullseye this morning in 10+ wind.....no problamo'....build one while you're watching "Black sheep squadron reruns"

#12 gpw Dec 25, 2002 08:11 AM

any fliers ????
 
I can't believe no one has built a Bullseye yet and is not screaming back to us about all the fun they're having......must be holiday distractions..... Happy Holidays!!!

#13 DesertRC Dec 25, 2002 10:04 AM

A real beaut...
 
Flying toilet seat?

#14 gpw Dec 26, 2002 09:44 AM

Desert RC
 
You and OFB continually refer to this cute little flyer as a FTS....well OK , I can accept that,but the funny thing is.....this plane is based on a vintage design from the twenties (I think!!)....that really looked like the proverbial FTS..... flew really stable in fact was rejected by the military because it was TOO stable .....sounds like my kind of plane.... anybody remember that one???

#15 Paul Penney Dec 26, 2002 10:10 AM

These posts might better belong in the "new products" catagory in the vendors section. Since of course they are "products" of foamfly, it would only make sence (IMHO) to announce them there.

Flying toilet seat? looks pretty cool to me! (better then the flying lawnmower)

Yes I beleive GPW is right on the 1920's ship, I have seen this design floating around the net for a while now......


Best Regards,

Paul


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