Aero Bat (oz4679)


Aero Bat (oz4679) by Allyn Aldrich 1956 - plan thumbnail

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Aero Bat. Control line stunt model. For .29 to .35 engines, Veco .29 shown.

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Aero Bat (oz4679) by Allyn Aldrich 1956 - model pic

  • (oz4679)
    Aero Bat
    by Allyn Aldrich
    from Model Airplane News
    December 1956 
    51in span
    IC C/L
    clean :)
    all formers complete :)
  • Submitted: 30/07/2013
    Filesize: 508KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: JJ
    Downloads: 2416

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The wingspan is very wrong...maybe 51"...not 100% sure. I had a copy of the MAN plan but sent it to Leonard Neuman (SSW).
anon - 05/03/2016
Good evening. I was intrigued by the size of the AERO BAT model, I researched the AMA and I got the result: Therefore we can conclude that the wingspan is 52 in for .35 engines. I think the correct statement. Sorry if I sound arrogant, but I'm using Google translator and I have few lines to express my opinion.
Rogério Gonçalves - 02/05/2019
Thanks Rogério, I think you're right. The AMA plans list is not infallible, but my previous value of 31 inch was clearly wrong. I have checked and measured the wingspan on this JJ scan, and it comes to just under 51 inches, for me. Let's call it 51 inch.
SteveWMD - 03/05/2019
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