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Free Flight Model Airplane


Free Flight model aviation. Non-radio controlled aircraft. Rubber, gas,
electric, C02 powered aircraft. Indoor or Outdoor. Model Airplanes.
Also several Flight Simulators to choose from. Flight Simulator.


Rubber Powered Model Airplanes


CO2 Powered Model Aircraft

  Free Flight model aviation airplane are Non-radio controlled aircraft using Rubber, gas, electric, Co2. They can be used Indoor or Outdoor.

A Free Flight Model Airplane is an aircraft that isn't controlled once it is in the air. Unlike the common radio controlled models, these free flight airplanes need to be stable enough to withstand a gust of wind or other disturbance that may cause them to lose flight. The trick is to design the plane in such a way to stay flying.

Model Airplanes. Also several Flight Simulators to choose from. Flight Simulator.

Free Flight Model Airplane hobbyists need to understand the way an aircraft is affect by gravity, rubber settings and placement of the wings to flight.

Free Flight Model Airplanes are usually much slower than RC aircraft with the flight speed mostly at the pace of someone walking.

There are four broad aircraft can be divided.

Gliders: Gliders are either tow-line or hand launched.

Rubber-powered: Powered by twisted elastic material.

Co2 power: Usually gas or electric powered.

Indoors: Intended to fly indoor.

On this page you will find many types of gliders, rubber powered, Co2 and indoor Free Flight Model Airplanes for Sale, plus manuals and other products relating to them.

Whether you are just doing this for a hobby or wanting to be a champion in some competition this page will provide you with resources to find the best plane for you. Plus supplies to enhance your hobby and build your own plane.

On a side note from my husbands prospective, (I know it is off the subject but I wanted something more for this page) one time I rode my small Honda Reflex to Arizona from Wisconsin. It was really small and I remember the surprise on some faces in Arizona as they saw my license plate and asked if I rode that all the way there. When I said yes they were a little shocked. Most use a large bike to go that distance but to me it was fun zooming along on my tiny Reflex.

A tiny motorcycle reminds me of small aircraft that don't use a lot of power. Some of these can go pretty far.


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Dear Free Flight Fans,

I am writing to you in behalf of your Heavenly Father. He is seeking you like a lost sheep. You remember the Bible story? It is about a shepherd who has 100 sheep. But when he brings the sheep home one night, one is missing. He then leaves the 99 sheep and goes out into the wilderness until he finds that lost sheep.

In this parable the shepherd goes out to search for the one lost sheep-the very least that can be numbered. So if there had been but one lost soul, Christ would have died for that one. To read more click Lost Sheep



Susan Dietel
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