Gnat (oz7357)


Gnat (oz7357) by John Vant Haaf from Model Airplane News 1992 - plan thumbnail

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Gnat. Radio control sport model. OS Max .10 engine shown.

Quote: "Hi Steve! Awesome site! Thank you for taking the time to run it ...a new plan you do not have, it is a pullout from 1992 issue of Model Airplane News, the Gnat, I had it scanned in 2 PDFs. Hope this helps! Thanks!"

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Update 12/04/2021: Added follow-up article "Gnat Tabs", thanks to GeoffreyMalling.

Note: we actually don't have the main build article here yet, if anyone can send it in, that would be great. Steve:)

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Gnat Tabs article.


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Gnat (oz7357) by John Vant Haaf from Model Airplane News 1992 - model pic

  • (oz7357)
    by John Vant Haaf
    from Model Airplane News
    January 1992 
    36in span
    IC R/C LowWing
    all formers complete :)
    got article :)
  • Submitted: 02/01/2016
    Filesize: 552KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: RobGhislain

Gnat (oz7357) by John Vant Haaf from Model Airplane News 1992 - pic 003.jpg
Gnat (oz7357) by John Vant Haaf from Model Airplane News 1992 - pic 004.jpg
Gnat (oz7357) by John Vant Haaf from Model Airplane News 1992 - pic 005.jpg

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User comments

Photo of completed Gnat model was found online at
SteveWMD - 04/01/2016
Mary & Steve Here is a pic of the "Gnat" I built [more pics 003]. It has an AP .09 and 4 channels.
dfritzke - 11/04/2016
Built a couple of years ago from the pull-out plans, still flies very well today, very fast tonneaux! [More pics 004, 005]. I use a Supertigre X11 for power (spins a 7x3 at 19000 rpm).
Paolo - 26/06/2016
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