The BMJR model designed by Dave Platt follows the 3 views of the real aircraft, and was intended as a Profile Scale model to incorporate an RC throttle, providing a platform for the builder to add as much scale detail as desired. The proportion..
Along with Paul Bradley, BMJR has continued the line of Replica Free Flight Models originally designed and manufactured by Carl Goldberg Models in 1958.
With a 30” wing span and all sheet wood balsa construction, the Ranger 30 was intended to help..
The BMJR Scout was developed from a hand drawn plan from Joe dated 1996. When it was announced 1/2A Stunt was to be flown at the 2019 Brodak fly-in , we pulled it down and built one. Turned out to be a fun “nostalgic” bu..
I met Jack at Brodak in 2014 and that year, I was able to visit him after the Nats. In his shop (basement) he had a stack of plans, of which he gave me the ME-109 ( BMJR Kit B-256), which he said was the bes..
The original TEOSAWKI was designed by Clayton Smith around 2005 with a 53” span. It was reported that Clayton, an avid combat flyer, had a dislike of the fancy, super finished, complicated stunt models; so he set out to create a rug..
Specifications; Wing Span 48”, Wing Area 489 sq. in., Engines. 29 - .35
The “Zilch” was designed by Jim Saftig and 1st published in the April 1951 Model Airplane News, and later in the Feb 1979 Model Aviation. Most popular v..
The “Zilch” was designed by Jim Saftig and 1st published in the April 1951 Model Airplane News, and later in the Feb 1979 Model Aviation. Most popular version was that kitted by Berklley (originally the super Zilch was in 1947). Tod..