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free flight

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    Another glow powered ff at our local Field
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    This was a rubber band launch glider that I converted to fit in a guinea pig and unfold when it falls out!
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    Mini maxer!
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    My dad's Red Coat makes a perfect climb as the 20in prop swings at an incredibly low rpm!
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    Gasser free Flight on it's power stage. (This is my background on my PC)
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    My first free flight design.
  9. TurtlesThatFly

    Should there be a free flight and/or rockets section here?

    Based on posts recently, it seems that people on this forum are moving towards free flight and rockets. Because of how popular they were getting, I decided to start a poll here to see what everyone thinks about it and how much they might contribute to it. :D Hopefully the mods would notice it :)
  10. J

    Indoor free flight competition in Moscow, Idaho

    If you saw the Flitetest video last year about F1D models and indoor free flight (video linked below), you'll have an opportunity to see these type of models in person June 23-27 in Moscow, Idaho. For around 30 years now the Kibbie Dome on the University of Idaho campus has hosted an annual...
  11. FAI-F1D

    Rocket Designs and other free flight fun

    Following the many favorable comments, I'm succumbing to the demand for more details on swing wing rocket glider designs. Following completion of an article for publication in this year's Free Flight Symposium, I'll be converting the information into a format that is usable here, probably as a...