'Ah yes. I remember it well'.
Established in 1972....
RADIO CONTROL MODEL AEROPLANES
KITS. PLANS. PARTS. ACCESSORIES.
Models designed by Three times World Champion.
Control line scale, 1970 (ZLIN). International scale, 1978 (Fournier). Large scale, 1996 (Sopwith Strutter)
5 times Euro Champion. 21 times National Champion
10 The Avenue. March. CAMBS. PE15 9PR. ENGLAND.
Tel 01 354 653063
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Customers outside EC. We will Deduct British Value Added Tax. of 20 %
PAYPAL. This has higher charges, so we must add 5% to the bill. There is also the problem of quoting the price.
We have to pack the order first, then weigh and measure it, then check various carriers prices, Then send Paypal request.
Then we have to wait for a reply. This all takes time and we do not have space to have parcels hanging around for days or weeks.
Quite often the customer never replies, so our work is wasted.
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We have never heard of email card details being 'intercepted'. We think this is just a myth.
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We are not a shop selling others products, We have to spend all our time MAKING our kits
and developing new ones.
See our kits being built. www.rcscalebuilder.com FORUMS, then Mick Reeves Plans.
Countries we have sent our products to;
Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belarus, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark,
Egypt, Ethiopia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Jamaica, Japan, Kenya,
Libya, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Maldives, Malta, Mexico, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Oman,
Pakistan, Panama, Papua New Guinea, Peru, The Philippines, Poland, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russia, San Marino, Saudi Arabia, Seychelles,
Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, Turkey, United Arab Emirates,
United States, Yemen.
I heared this comment. "Light models are no good in wind, they have no penitration."
By 'penitration', they mean 'airspeed'. So - light models have low airspeed?
Easy to solve - open the throttle and put in DOWNTRIM to hold it level!
High speeds are possible with light models.
My biplanes fly in all weathers, and even my Bleriot flew in 20 mph wind at the Nats.
Results from the 2012 World Scale Championships in Spain. Since there has been no full reports in the magazines I tell you the British team placings.
10th. Mick Reeves. Sopwith Strutter
13th Mick Henderson. DH 9a
15th Dave Knott. Hurricane
The team placed 5th.
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We went to a model show in France.
Just like all shows, the models took-off in
swarms and flew round and round.
They all started doing low passes with the model in
semi knife-edge, with the top side showing.
They called this an 'English Pass'.
Well, I've never heard of it, but I guess that in a
French pass, they would show their bottoms!
The scale competition classes
F4C. The top class.
Stand off. For those are not good at building.
Flying only. For those who can't build.
F4C. the top class
F4G. for those who can't build light.
F4H. for those who can't build.
F4J. For those who can't build, with those who cant fly.
A Christmas poem.
Jack Frost roasting on an open fire.
Grandad picking at his nose
Auntie Carol getting drunk by the fire
and blokes dressed up in womens clothes.
some whiskey and some tins of beer
Will help to make the uncles fight
and great grandma and old auntie Flo
will both drop off to sleep alright
We know the sales are on the way
Mum loads the car with goodies,
then Dad has to pay
And every mothers child is going to cry
for the batteries we forgot to buy
And so Im wishing you this simple phrase
for kids from one to ninety three
Now I'm drunk, with my eyes all aglaze
So, Merry Christmas, to me!
Click boxes for other pages
1. WW 1 & early aircraft
Camel, Pup, Strutter, Bleriot, Bristol, Rigging, Wheels. Guns. Cowls. Eyelets. Bunjee.
2. WW 2 Aircraft
Spitfires, Hurricane. Mosquito.
4. Other Kits
Ganster 63 LITE. Fournier RF4. TIGER MOTH. Tomboy
Venom. Javelin. Lightning. Super Reaper. Hunter (kit or ARTF)
5. Micks chat Ideas, opinions, advice, info.
6. Nostalgia Old Photos.
8. Accessories Torquemaster. Bendy pipe. Retract Servo. Engine Mounts. Instruments.
Tanks, Silencers. Silversolder. Small screws. Spinners. Test stand. Jet Ducts
NEW KIT. Tiger Moth in 1/3 scale. Span 117". page 4
We can print the plans Camel, Pup, Strutter, and Bleriot
any size up to half scale.
1/2 scale.£55. Smaller sizes pro rata. Freeflight sizes?
Ribs and formers can also be cut.
My 100cc V-four conversion
Building an accurate scale model is not 'as THOSE
aircraft WERE', but 'as THAT aircraft
WASs', or better 'as THAT aircraft IS'.
British team 2006
Kath & Pete McDermott, Dave Kerswell, Graham Kennedy, Gordon Warburton,
Mick & Sandie Reeves, Carrie Knott.
The modeller modelled! Kai retrieves my Camel at the Scottish nats.
Our team. Mick (R & D)(Sandie says 'playing with his models!)
Sandie (International sales director, accounts, catering manager, dispatch), Jim (he makes most of the stuff)
Nice RAF photo. We have kits of all these
A nostalgic ride, June 2010. Moto Guzzi 500cc V twin. (A big laser!)
Could not afford BSA 650 like I used to ride.
Three generations. Jim, Mick, and Kai. Nats 2010 (photo Alex Whittaker)