BMJR will be attending the Weak Signals RC Exposition in Toledo OH April 1, 2 & 3. On display will be our restoration of Norm Rosenstock's Electron. The 1st RC model to be published in Flying Models, Dec. 1950. During the 7 mounth restoration process we have developed a 3/4 scale (46", original has a 60" span) replica of the vintage RC model. If you can make the show please stop by and say hello.
If you have found this site, you obviously have an interest in not only flying but also BUILDING model airplanes. BMJR’s primary focus is in the development of Laser Cut Kits for the enjoyment of being assembled by the modeler. You will notice our site is divided into four areas of interest at the left; Free Flight, Radio Control, Control Line and a Miscellaneous category. For Free Flight you will find both gas and rubber powered Classic, Nostalgia, and Old Time models for sport and competition, and tow line gliders. For R/C our interest is in small field electric sport models and SAM Texaco designs. In 2010 we got back into control line and continue to expand our lineup. BMJR control line kits are also available from BRODAK manufacturing and distributing.
Miscellaneous includes items for building and flying like motors, servos, covering, and a Radio Tracker, boats, books , and anything we use and can recommend.
The Featured Products section introduces our most recent kits and products, with an emphasis on the one-design models for NFFS and SAM competition.
We have included on this site a space to sign up for a News Letter where we will be posting updates of our newest kits and information about BMJR and the Florida Modelers Association. There is also a NEWS section where links to videos and articles may be posted. And a Poll to vote for your favorite type of model building and flying.
To order on-line “for Security” we request that you set up an account with a user name and password. This allows only BMJR to access your information. For future orders “hints” will be stored for your user name and password should you need some help remembering as I sometimes do. However, there is the feature to order without setting up an account. For ordering by mail a form is provided which may be printed and mailed. Of course you can always call to talk to a real person.