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A stunt plane flying fast and far, the Charger is a quite impressive dart paper airplane. Being related to the highly successful Hammerhead, the Charger is a plane ...
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 8.5 inch paper Tape Optional: Scissors (modifications only) Pencil
Fold the paper's corner to the other side of the sheet. Then below this, fold the paper up along the bottom of the fold. Then cut or tear ...
Make a half fold in your square piece of paper. Then fold them into the center again.
Fold the corners into the fourth lines. Then flip, and pull into the center.
Turn over from its previous postion and pull the nose's tip down to the rear of the paper. Then turn the paper over and pull the top corners into ...
From its postition on the last step, the paper airplane should now have the opposite side facing up. From there, pull the folds open and then flatten them. ...
Fold the aircraft in half along the center from it's previous position. Then fold the wings down about 1 inch above the center. Repeat on the other side.
First, fold the wingtips into the quarter folds. Then at the same quarter folds fold the wing section up at a 90 degree angle.
Beginning the final step, it is time to tape your aircraft up. Tape the front and back together (with an overcrossing piece of tape over the wing root near the ...
To fly the Charger, simply give it a nice throw. Perfecting the throw is critical as this plane is rather finicky at launch. After a good launch, the ...
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