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Fast, long range and interesting looking--the Leopard is a paper airplane with all the features one needs for an aerial cruise afar. TAA USAF Designation: A77-1
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper Tape Scissors Optional: Pencil
First, fold your paper in half along its length. Then pull the corners of the paper in.
Pull the paper down along the bottom of the corner folds. Then fold the paper up with the "dirty" side outside. Cut a 1 by 1 inch square ...
Now that the initial cutting is over, pull the corners in again. Then pull the small triangle up through the 2 by 1 inch hole and crease it ...
Fold your Leopard's wings down from 3/4 of an inch above the bottom of the fuselage. Whilst the wings are both folded down, make a cut that reaches ...
Now that the fins have been cut, fold them. Fold the fin in the fuselage up through itself so that it sits above the wing root. Then fold ...
Taping the Leopard is very easy. Tape the fuselage together at its front, and at its rear below the fuselage fin.
Flying the Leopard is very easy. To fly the Leopard, throw the airplane fairly fast at launch. In flight, the three fins provide addition stability. Upon landing the two ventral ...
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