About this Plan
Pipsqueak. Hand launch glider, simple all sheet model. This plan appears in the 1975 book "How to Design and Build Flying Models" by Keith Laumer.
Quote: "A good size to begin with is a 7-inch wing span, with wing and tail surfaces cut from 1/32 sheet balsa, and fuselage from 1/8. If you're tired of reading already, you can stop now and build Pipsqueak from the full-size plans shown in Fig. 2. (In fact, it wouldn't hurt to build two, in case one lands on the roof.) You can learn a lot about flying and adjusting a model from a small glider like this, either in a spirit of scientific inquiry or just for the heck of it."
Update 08/01/2019: Added modelpic, from FM 09/83, thanks to dfritzke.
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