|Feb 25, 2015, 06:02 PM|
USA, WI, Oshkosh
Joined Jul 2004
Rubber Powered Free Flight Bobmb Drop?
MY QUESTION HAS BEEN ANSWERED--NEVER MIND. AND DESPITE WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE, I DO KNOW HOW TO SPELL THE WORD BOMB...
This might sound a bit crazy, but does anyone know where I might be able to find some kind of "articulation" techniques for rubber powered free flight planes? I remember Sterling used to put out a series of kits of scale models which would "do something" in flight. For example, I remember a crop duster (think it was a PT-17) which actually dropped something.
I'm less interested in scale and more interested in the articulation mechanics; for example, a bomb drop, a small glider drop, whatever. I've become somewhat "stale" building the same stuff and would like to spruce up my interest in free flight.
Any help would be appreciated!
Last edited by dhable; Feb 25, 2015 at 09:54 PM.
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