Full size Printed Plans Scale 1:16 Free flight or control line BRISTOL BULLET Power rubber or Co2
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Full size Printed Plans & Article
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Full Size Printed Plans on a 24” x 12” sheet
Two page article with building notes and photos
Free flight or control line
Wingspan 18 1/4”
Power rubber or Co2
By Walter L. Schroder
The full-size plans are designed to give the modeler the best assistance possible. In the actual size shown here in plan form the model may be constructed for powering by T-56 brown rubber or Herkimer's CO, motor; double all measurements for powering by gas engines in control-line flying scale events.
As for the design, simplicity is the keynote, and the model is an ideal project for the newcomer.
The Bristol Bullet scout type D was the first single-seater scout to go into production during World War I.
It saw service with England's Royal Flying Corps towards the latter part of 1914 and was used as a scouting reconnaissance plane. (The fighting Scout was a much later development.) Although several hundred were built, they never formed the complete equipment of any one squadron. After its service days were over the Scout was turned over to training squadrons.