FULL SIZE PLANS vintage 1981 Control Line Stunt "Buccaneer 46" airplane easy to build
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Not a KIT or MODEL
Although somewhat unusual, fuselage side planform is functional and the squarish linesmake the airplane easy to build. Note adjustable leadout in the wing tip.
Full size printed plan on two sheets 57” x 17” and 55” x 24”
Four page article with building notes
Control Line Stunt
WINGSPAN: 55 inches
WING AREA: 640 square inches
WEIGHT: S3 ounces
By Allen Brickhaus
My advancement in control-line precision aerobatics has been slow but steady. I have progressed through many contests these past few years and I've ccn my pattern point average grow consistently, the result of very hard work at the perfection of the pattern and the use of a dependable airplane. Many of the fliers I've met at contests have become friends and, with few exceptions, every question that I've posed has been answered Opinions have been given when they were really needed. My first two serious plane', the Flying Red Horse and the SK-4 served their purpose to the fullest. I then began a series of full-fuselaged stunters. The first Buccaneer was a rebuild of a prior crash. I was able to place several times with it, and at one contest I won a .35 size foam wing. This evolved into a new Buccaneer with a design concept more pleasing to me. The shape and paint scheme of the second .35 size Buccaneer served as the basis for my new .46 version and which is depicted here in this article.
Thanks toAllen W. Brickhaus For given his permission to sell this plan Please see more of Allen's winning Stunt plane plans in my store