A6M2 Zero - Combat scale model fighter. 250 sq in wing area, for .15 to .20 power and 3 channel radio. Scale is 1/12. Plans by Tom Stryker, revisions by Tom Veloskey.
Quote: "Hi Steve, attached to this email I send you the plan for the Zero from Progressive Miniature Aviation. It's a Tom Stryker model, flying really smooth and predictable. As building and later on also launching the model makes no problems (just stick to the instructions given in the instructions) the plane is good for a safe and pleasent entry into 1/12 warbird flying. Not too fast, of course, nonetheless with a 4ccm engine (I had a Irvine in mine) it's still quite competitive in any Aircombat event ...If someone could provide the plan for the Corsair from PMA this would be most appreciated from my side. I'm looking for this plan since 20 years or so. Regards,"
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