The Nakamura Lock : the Best Paper Airplane Ever.

Introduction: The Nakamura Lock : the Best Paper Airplane Ever.

About: Im jast a kid, what did you expect. I get $20 a month which I usually blow on LEGOs, so most of my instructables are cheapo things that anyone can afford.

This paper airplane is just one more of those cant afford real supplies instructables. Yet it still is pretty cool. flies great and easy to make.

You only need paper but I suggest have colored pencils ready for some decoration.

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Step 9: Finished

the finished product . I've flown this across football fields so you should get a sweet ride. Have fun.  Q("Q)

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17 Discussions

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A4hand
A4hand

3 years ago

boss - est airplane ever flew farther than anything I have made so far

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pbman123
pbman123

8 years ago on Introduction

dude you may not beileive this but i actually invented this airplane design. i sent it in to a contest they had a long time ago to get your design in a book and i won. so they but my paper plane in like 9 different airplane books

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amordecosmos
amordecosmos

Reply 4 years ago

It's called the Nakamura Lock in the Klutz Book of Paper Airplanes, published in 2004.

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Eseta-ClaireN
Eseta-ClaireN

Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

+Kickstart79

IKR (i know right) like ive been trying to find its name like for so long!!!!

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darknessfalls
darknessfalls

9 years ago on Step 9

ill admit its good, but not football fields good

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idkwthiam
idkwthiam

Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

i used construction paper once but it was to weighed down to much, but go ahead and try.

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darknessfalls
darknessfalls

Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

what about 65 lb cardstock? i know normal printer paper is about 20 lb, so i think the extra firmness would be helpful

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idkwthiam
idkwthiam

Reply 9 years ago on Introduction

i've personely flown this baby end zone to end zone,but you have to start from the bleachers.