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Catering for all aspects of R/C flying, Radio Control Models and Electronics first appeared in May 1960 and is the biggest and best selling monthly model flying magazine in the United Kingdom with a large overseas readership. RCM&E has brought benchmark levels of writing and photography to the hobby and each issue has extensive reviews, informative features and opinionated columns from a number of well-known contributors. With every Print issue you'll find a high-quality free plan along with an accompanying build article. RCM&E publishes 13 great issues a year.
In this month’s May 2018 issue of RCM&E, on the cover we have arguably one of the most beautiful biplane fighters of all time, it's surprising how little Hawker's Fury is modelled. Richard Dalgleish's fine 60” span, 1/6-scale creation used the Dennis Bryant plan, looks utterly gorgeous and is the subject of this month's Model Magic feature starting on page 110. This month in our free plan features we have the Supercub - Danny Fenton's scale facsimile of the all-time classic – perfect indoors or for a spin in the park. And the Howzatii - 30 years on, Chris Williams gives his elegant semi-scale sloper a belated makeover. In reviews we look at, Funracer - A new sport racer from Multiplex. AT-6 - E-flite turn their attention to North American's classic trainer. Wingstabi - In search of smoother, more stable flight, Frank Skilbeck fits a clever widget to his model and more. In features we have Final connections - Lee Schofield power's up the iNav guided wing and sends it skywards. L'il Toad - A delta-mad Shaun Garrity finally ticks a classic from his to-do list and many more.