The Dakota was designed in September 1949, and was Joe Wagner's first design kitted. The Dakota was designed as a "foolproof" 1/2A free flight, and incorporated several features that provided automatic stability in flight. The BMJR ..
The Little Red Twin was designed by Keith Laumer and published in Model Airplane News in October, 1962. It was reported to be, a small indestructible flyer to make use of on those windy afternoons when wings are folding like umbrellas and down ..
Carl Goldberg did a great job designing this rubber powered sport free flight model. This model is a hybrid with features of the sheet balsa models of the time, with tissue covered built up structure. The fuselage is assembled from laser cut pa..
The Sioux was designed by Joe Wagner in 1949 as a foolproof 1/2A free fight, and incorporated several features that provided automatic stability in flight. In particular, the offset thrustline, fuselage and tail shapes, and right rudder tab, combine..
The Sniffer is and early Post War model designed for the new OK Cub or Anderson Spitfire small glow engines. It is reported that the name came from it's thermal sniffing qualities which it still exhibits today. The BMJR Sniffer is true to the origina..
The Twin Lizzie was designed by Keith Laumer and published in the April 1959 issue of Model Airplane News as a 1/2A sport free flight model with an Atwood, Spitfire, or OK Cub. Today the Lizzie turns out to be the perfect size for PeeWee .020 power. ..
The basic BMJR Ugly-30 started as a rubber powered sport free flight becoming a summer project for some 7 year old boys. Several versions were built with the configuration in this kit being the final. It is a very stable, easy to trim school yard fly..
Ranger 21 was designed in 1957 by Carl Goldberg and produced as a kit until the late 1970’s. It was intended to help new modelers achieve success in building model airplanes that also flew well. The BMJR kit, designed by Paul Bradley, is a repl..