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RCME Magazine, August 2011 Issue

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Contents Listing - Articles & Features in this issue

AGRITUG IAR-822A - Chris Reid's characterful, easy-build semi-scaler based on an agricultural workhorse from behind the Iron Curtain is a worthy home for inexpensive running gear. (FULL SIZE PLAN)

P-51B - PT.2 - Lee Smalley concludes his review of YT's big Mustang with an extended flying report
A6M ZERO - Jamara's EPO take on Japan's most famous warbird
VORTEX - Can Century's diminutive EDF sport-jet really punch holes in the sky?
MXS - Slipstream's stunningly pretty 72" span aerobat gets an electric conversion and a thoroughly good wringing out
ADVANCE 25E - E-flite's low-wing aerobat has more than a hint of Pulse about it as David Ashby is delighted to discover
WIND S50E - Whether you enjoy low-key Sunday aerobatics or F3A competition flying, SebArt's new pattern-ship is guaranteed to impress

SWITCH ON - A potpourri of R/C news and happenings with just a hint of sulphur and soapbox
COUNTERPOINT - Another bristling selection of great new things to buy, try and fly
ALL WRITE - Adverse yaw, tales from New Zealand and 'disaster by dog'; all subjects covered in our readers' letters section
GOING PLACES - Where to go, why to go there, and when - it's all here
R/C MARKETPLACE - Check out our monthly treasure trove of bits, bobs and bargains

DB SE5 - Engines are the topic of conversation as our ed. updates us on his bipe build

MODEL MAGIC - Alex Whittaker talks to Mark Hinton on what it takes to build and fly'the impressive Airworld Cougar
BOWDEN 2011 - Alex Whittaker reports from the Carnival of Crashes
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THE WAY WE WERE - Kevin Crozier turns the clock back to the summer of '76
RADIO DAZE - PT.2 - Looking to buy your first radio? Don't miss our guide to the key criteria
MAKE IT SCALE - Tony Nijhuis accelerates the age-old PVA riveting technique using a touch of lateral thinking
TEN THINGS......Every club display organiser should know
SNAP CRACKLE & ROLL - 6D flying and canalisers, discussed by Shahid Banglawala
PARTING SHOT - R/C through the lens

WIZARD OF OZ - Brian Winch muses the operational principles of the model oil-burner
WEEKENDERS - Can poor weather and economic uncertainty be taking its toll on the average modeller? Alex Whittaker ponders the question
FLY ELECTRIC - With three models under the spotlight, Nigel Mawes makes light work of getting one up

Cover - If owning a jet is an itch you've yet to scratch, then this cracking shot of Mark Hinton's Airworld Cougar will surely make it unbearable. Check it out on page 14.

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