Magnum (oz7493)


Magnum (oz7493) by Mike Pratt from SIG 1986 - plan thumbnail

About this Plan

SIG Magnum. Control line stunt model. Discontinued kit from SIG. Uses foam core wing.

Quote: "Steve/Mary, Here is the plan for the Sig Magnum. I rebuilt, deskewed and restored parts of it. It is not the Magnum Plus plan that Randy Smith and Tom Dixon collaborated on. This is the Sig kit plan. It has 60in span, 700 Sq. inch wing. Flying wt should be 47-50 oz. Powered by .40-.60 engine. I am also including the Sig build booklet which I downloaded from their website, If anyone has kit decals for it, it would be nice if they scanned them and uploaded them. Sig just sold it's last one. Seems I was a day late and a dollar short."

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Supplementary file notes

Kit instructions, build manual. Complete 27 pages.


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Magnum (oz7493) by Mike Pratt from SIG 1986 - model pic

  • (oz7493)
    by Mike Pratt
    from SIG (ref:CL-24)
    60in span
    IC C/L
    formers unchecked
  • Submitted: 16/02/2016
    Filesize: 5027KB
    Format: • PDFbitmap
    Credit*: GeorgeAlbo

Magnum (oz7493) by Mike Pratt from SIG 1986 - pic 003.jpg
Magnum (oz7493) by Mike Pratt from SIG 1986 - pic 004.jpg
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Photos of Sig Magnum [main pic, 003,004].
Ignacio Gil - 24/08/2020
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