Skyranger. Sport rubber model. Published in Aeromodeller, August 1942.
Quote: "Off the Secret List. We would ask readers to study the photograph on this page with care. To all intents and purposes it is a wicked-looking fighter just off the secret list - yet it is actually only 20 in span! This first-class free-lance mid wing fighter design makes an admirable flying model and reduced scale working drawings are given on page 369 of this issue. FULL SIZE working drawings are available through The Aero-Modeller Plans Service, price is, 6d. post free.
This is a welcome escape from the stereotyped duration model and, judging by actual flight tests, its performance does not suffer.
We would further remind readers of another semi-scale model available through the Aeromodeller Plans Service - the Jackdaw (oz9420). Details of a grand competition for this machine were given on pages 246 and 247 of the June Aeromodeller. DAR."
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