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The Nakumara Lock is an extremely long-flying airplane and is incredibly easy to make. This design came from the Klutz Encyclopedia of Immaturity, and...
All you need for this Instructable is a sheet of paper. Cardstock is the best paper because of its sturdiness but copy paper will do just fine.
To start, fold the piece of paper in half lengthwise and crease. Make sure the crease is very straight or the plane might not fly straight.
As in the picture,fold the top two corners in to the first crease.
Fold down the point.
Fold in the corners to the middle crease just above the point.
Fold up the point. This will ensure the corners will not come undone.
Fold the plane in half lengthwise so that the point is pointing outward.
This will create wings and finish the plane.
Your paper airplane is now finished! Throw it across the room, off a tall building, off a short building, into a box, or wherever you decide to throw ...
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You got this out of the klutz book. Can I ask why you didn't even change the name?
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