You can use a 'normal prop' - just fit it with the normal front of the prop (convex blade surface, usually with letters embossed on it) facing forward, run your motor in reverse (so the prop spins clockwise when viewed from the REAR of the plane) and as they say "Bob's your uncle!".
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