Briscola (oz1261)


Briscola (oz1261) by Vittorio Bernacca - plan thumbnail

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Briscola. Free flight towline glider. This is an Italian language plan.


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Briscola (oz1261) by Vittorio Bernacca - model pic


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As you can see there is a great resemblance with Settebello, in fact this plan too was designed by Vittorio Bernacca and marketed by Aviominima. The rudder shape in real or model aircraft is always the distinctive signature of the designer. "Briscola" is one of the more popular Italian card games.
Pit - 11/07/2017
I had already made Asso successfully, so I had go at Briscola which is similar in the plug in component design. Luckily I started the fuselage first, and found I couldn't assemble the wing mounting section with any degree of accuracy. Without constructing some kind of elaborate holding jig, I couldn't see how it was possible, so I gave up.
David Turver - 09/03/2023
David, I don't know the method you used to built the fuselage, but the only way to assemble this kind of fuselage with one piece formers is the (hair) "Comb Jig". Quite easy, once the fuselage is temporary attached to the jig you could insert wing tongue at the correct angle, you can use cardboard angled template too in this stage. See attached scheme [pic 003], don't give up!
Pit - 09/03/2023
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