Make the Avro Arrow of paper airplanes

Step 1: parts

Parts list
1. paper
2. pen
3. scissors
4. tape (optional)
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LOVE the vents. Been making planes for years and never seen that before! Well done!
somebody needs to find out how to make double tail fins so it would look like a f-14
super cool
its cool dude
good job dude
Great plane, great instructable. I folded some of the nose back inwards and cut off some of that abundant paper. It made the plane less noseheavy and even smoother in its flight
Holy crap! I didn't do your "secondary wing stabilizers" (yet) but it still flies quite well. I was wondering where on the plane you would recommend using the tape. Also, the vents just seem so...cool.
where ever you see fit
u need new sisors
O wait! it folds out o the bottom!
I dont understand the tail fin what do you fold to get it?
i agree with danny, this is a very good 1st instructable, i can hit my bros with this thing from across my house, this is very acurate. GOOD JOB!!!!!!
we here at the icanryme institute are proud of our many minutes of easy R and D we put in to this plane but seriously i designed it for a tech project. it works a bit better if you make it out of cardstock. and try adding more side stabilizers for fun.
You have caught an orb. Do you watch poker?
No that is a shadow of a light bulb from panning
nice for your first good job!
thanks for your input I've been reading instructables for almost a year now so i learn from other peoples experience
your welcome!
its confusing i got stuck on step 3 with the weird folds
sorry but it was hard to take the pic without covering the folds with my hand just make the fold like you would with a nomal paper airplane

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