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A fast, graceful and stealthy little flying wing, the Scimitar is a new development from the Buzzard family of flying wings. TAA USAF Designation: UF204-1
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper Tape Scissors Ruler Pencil
Fold one corner of your paper to the edge of the opposite side. Then open and repeat on the other side. Then pull the top half of the ...
Tuck the paper in under itself. The pictures represents what the paper should appear like.
Pull the edges of the cover folds up to the front as pictured. Then fold the diagonal edge to the center line and repeat on the opposite side. ...
On the wingtip, two inches from the back of the airfoil, make a mark. Then use your ruler and pencil to make a line to the center, just ...
Tape your Scimitar at the back of its airfoil, at the center. Then check your plane by making sure there is significant space between the skin of the ...
Flying the Scimitar is fairly easily. Let it go after advancing it at moderate speed (don't throw it). The Scimitar should fly over 30+ feet. Enjoy!
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