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How To Make The SkyRanger Paper Airplane

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Fast, long range and small, the SkyRanger is a tiny "drone-cruiser" paper airplane that flies like a fighter. Designed to complement the larger Super StratoBolt, the SkyRanger is a miniature aircraft similarly capable of rocketing long distances.

To maintain commonality and increase simplicity, the SkyRanger uses the fuselage design of the Super SkyGnat "drone-fighter" paper airplane, and uses a horizontal stabilizer shape used on many of my other drone aircraft. The only unique part of the SkyRanger is its wing, which is designed for both great performance and lift at high speed. The SkyRanger's prototype was very successful in testing and was subsequently allotted an instructable.

TAA USAF Designation: D303-1
 
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Step 1: Materials

Picture of Materials
Required:
1 Piece of 8 by 10.5 inch graph paper (4 boxes per inch)
Tape
Scissors
Pencil
Ruler
Stapler
sf49ers8 months ago
It won't fly for me very well no matter what I do
OrigamiAirEnforcer (author)  sf49ers8 months ago
The SkyRanger can be a tricky little airplane, but if you send me a private message detailing any problems you are having, I'm sure I can help you make the SkyRanger perform better for you.
irabangb1 year ago
really nice plane1
why it can't fly? it's flight are always downward.
You may need to add some nose-up trim to the horizontal stabilizers.