Attacker (oz1396)


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KK Supermarine Attacker. 16 in span flying scale for Jetex50.

Quote: "The Attacker is a single seat jet fighter used by the Royal Navy. Power is provided by a Rolls Royce Nene. Unlike most other jet fighters the Attacker features a tailwheel type undercarriage.

Building instructions. Cover the plan with greaseproof paper.

Fuselage. Pin pieces A,B,C,D,H and the pieces of 3/16 x 1/16 to the plan, apply cement to all the joints. These parts form the side view outline of the fuselage. Notice how pieces A and D join at the nose to give the side profile..."

Update 30/11/11: this plan now includes printwood.

Update 20/05/2013: Added a clearer copy of the printwood, thanks to vintage1.

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Printwood, clearer copy.


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I fly the Attacker with a Rapier L2 150mN instead of the Jetex it was designed for. The wings are made to knock off and it covered with Airspan synthetic tissue and airbrushed with Tamiya acrylics. A TSP will probably fine to fly it with as Rapiers are not available now. Get more info from the website.
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Howard Metcalfe - 28/07/2023
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