GA Hotspur II


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GA Hotspur II  
by Ron Warring
from Aeromodeller
September 1942 
46in span
Tags: Scale Glider F/F Military
all formers complete :)
got article :)

Submitted to Outerzone: 25/02/2017
Outerzone planID: oz8470 | Filesize: 757KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: vectis7


About this Plan

General Aircraft Hotspur II - Free flight scale troop carrying glider model. Scale is 1/12.

Quote: - "Designed and built by Ron Warring and Bill Dean of the Aeromodeller staff ...although the scale of 1in to the foot only gives a wingspan of some 46in, the model is larger than would at first be expected. This is because of the rather low aspect ratio and blunt tips of the main plane ...knock off wings, both backward and forward, have been fitted. The fin plugs into the tailplane, which in turn is attached to the fuselage by rubber bands. In short, the model has all the advantages of the non-scale type, plus the fact that it looks like the real thing. Ready for flying the all-up weight is 16oz, which gives a wing loading of 8.5 oz/sq ft. "

Mary, herewith the Hotspur 2 plan. Sorry for the delay, but I had to go to Adelaide to get it copied, it was too big to do at home. Mike

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