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RCM&E is the UK's biggest and best selling R/C flying mag... take a look at the 2016 Autumn Special Issue, the perfect read for every flier... Free Plan Feature - Mitsubishi A6-M2 Zero - Tony Nijhuis models Jiro Horikoshi’s lightweight and deadly rapier, the Japanese fighter that put performance before everything else Review - Bucker BU133 Jungmeister - A review with a twist: Graham Ashby uses Seagull’s 1/4-scale Jungmeister to show the way to true RC Utopia Best Practice: Eureka Moments - Graham Ashby shares some of those little model-making epiphanies that will change your (modelling) life The Big Picture - Integrating the control of an RC aircraft and sophisticated photographic missions has never been easier, says Tim Kearsley Confessions of an accidental collector - Magpie Whittaker explains the very English joys of fettling small pieces of internal combustion jewellery Review - 35 HAI 2 David Ashby reaches a new, erm... Hai when he discovers this flying wing from Pichler Best Practice: Well-rounded - Graham Ashby’s back again to guide you on your journey to becoming an aeromodeller of accomplishment and sagacity (at least, that’s what it says here) Review - E-Flite MK.XIV Spitfire - Form a queue all you fans of Griffon engine cowlings and big canons – E-flite’s 1.2m Mk.XIV has arrived! RCM&E Subscription - Sign up to have RCM&E delivered to your door 13 times a year and receive a portable folding desk lamp to read it by Turning Pro’ - A technicolour career in aerial photography starts with the black and white of a commercial pilot’s ticket. David Burton explains the small print Down the rabbit hole - Dave Roberts takes to the ‘Drink me’ bottle and makes a trip to the World Scale Championships Making Thunderbirds GO - With the help of Depron and Arduino, Ian Nash solves the riddle set by Gerry Anderson – how do you make Thunderbird 2 fly? And much more…!

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