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Fast, long range and cool looking, the Python is a great paper airplane. With landing gear that look like fangs dangling below its wings, the Python can fly ...
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper Tape Optional: Pencil
Take your sheet of paper and fold it in half along its length.
At this point you will be making what I call the "long" fold. Pull the paper down so that the wings sweep will be the maximum it can be. Repeat ...
Pull the front tip down to the bottom of what was the overhang. Then fold the airplane in half. From 1 inch above the center, fold the two ...
About 3/4 of an inch in from the wingtip, fold the winglet up. Then repeat on the other side.
From its previous position, unfold the Python so its fuselage, fins and gear are deployed. Then take the fuselage together and afterward tape the gear to the bottom ...
To launch your Python, throw like a dart (albeit slightly pitched-down). Enjoy!
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