This instructables is the modification of origamiairenfocer's charger
paper plane.I made this by combining skyhammerhead and charger paper plane and also add a tail at the end of the aircraft.Good for long range battle and also air time battle.
Step 1: Step 1 Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 8.5 inch paper
Scissors (modifications only)
Step 2: Step 2 Fold The Paper Into Fourths
Make a half fold in your square piece of paper. Then fold them into the center again.
Step 3: Step 3 Corner Folding
Fold the corners into the fourth lines. Then flip, and pull into the center.
Step 4: Step 4 Canard Fold Preparation
From its previous position, flip the paper over so its "clean" side is facing upwards. Fold the nose back to the trailing edge on the other side of the paper. The flip the paper over and pull the blunt section of paper in towards the center. Once you've made these folds, open them back up. Then fold their edges into this crease. Then fold them down again as shown.
Step 5: Step 5 Canard Folding
From its postition on the last step, the paper airplane should now have the opposite side facing up. From there, pull the folds open and then flatten them. After that, flip it back so the other side is now facing up. Fold the small triangular section of paper into the canard flap.
Step 6: Step 6 Fold The Wings
Fold the aircraft in half along the center from it's previous position. Then fold the wings down about 1 inch above the center. Repeat on the other side.
Step 7: Step 7 Fold The Winglets, Secondary Wings and a tail
winglets and secondary wings:First, fold the wingtips into the quarter folds. Then at the same quarter folds fold the wing section up at a 90 degree angle. (picture 1-3)
Tail:folding your tail by taking the rear tip of your plane and folding it so its top faces rearward. This will result in a tail fin whose trailing edge is wholly perpendicular to the wing from a side view. Then unfold that, open the fuselage, and pull the fin through.(picture 4-5 )
Step 8: HStep 8 Tape Your Charger
tape it at its front, its under-wing fuselage flaps (not the airfoil though), and its rear just below the wing root across the tail.